- Mud - or rather absence of mud. It is currently almost knee deep, and especially bad exactly where I have to wade across to close the gate to the upper lot. I almost lost a boot to the suction today, and of course the gate popped off the top hinge again, which required several more wadings through the muck before I had it (temporarily) fixed.
- Weird weather - SD's getting hit by those wacky weather patterns just like the rest of the midwest. Here that means that after the beautiful 60's and calm we had last week, it dropped nearly 40 degrees in less than 12 hours, and we have sleet, snow, and yuck. The horses are pleased the grass is coming in, but blech!
Although I have to say,
SO glad I'm not out there
in the Black Hills with their
FEET of new snow!
- Shedding - spring means shiny coats and goodbye to winter scruffies.
- Grass - When the pastures come in no more moving hay bales and graining every day, which will leave more time for...
That's my top 5 - what's yours?