God didn't forget us. We have been having rain all around the area and still a chance today and tomorrow. All total we got 3 inches at the ranch so far. Its still warm enough and no cool in sight so the grass can grow for a while before the first frost. The tank dam was way too wet for us to drive there so we walked to feed the turtles and I had to feed them on the end closest. As it was I was exhausted from walking in the mud and trying not to loose my balance. I called the turtles and some came to that end but not all. The renters little German Shepard is still small enough to get out of the yard. It always follows John around because he shares his taco with it. It started chasing the turtles when they would come out of the water. Once when the dog ran into the water it jumped high as if one of the turtles had nipped it. We have several routes we can go home. Today we passed this little cemetary which I wrote about before. The brush was covering it and someone crawled the fence and cleanned out just around the four old graves. There is a nice house to the right and farther back but I don't think the people who live there have anything to do with the graves. They just bought the property and the graves were there. I'm thinking someone just out of the goodness of their heart went in and cleanned it our of respect for the dead. I always wanted to but knew the job was too big for me. I'm a little shy about going on to someone else's property too. I'm thinking if I think ahead I could take some flowers and place on each grave. I will need John's help to hold the barbed wire apart so I don't get my clothes hung up. Will he do it or will he say I'm not standing here on the side of the road while you trespess on private property?