Wednesday, November 4, 2015

SPRING in November

It' spring in November here in south Texas. See how green the grass is in the cow pen? It's that way all over the ranch because of the nice rains with no ice or freezes. We're still using air conditioners part time. The weathermen are saying more rain to come because of El Nino.

14 comments:

jack69 said...

That looks good and I am sure the ranchers sure like to see the green. BUT as the news would say, JUST WAIT!!! They like to top it with the bad.

Love from cross the gulf in Florida!

Jon said...

That is unusual for Texas in November.

S. J. Qualls said...

I'm sure you will take all the nice weather you can, right? Looks nice!

TexWisGirl said...

we're greening up here, too. the horses are happy. :)

Anni said...

Personally, I'd like to have some COLDER air come our way. The rains are good, even the clear sky on days...but 85 degrees in November?

I'm in my bird blog admin this morning....aka Hootin' Anni

Karen S. said...

So far it has been such an incredible autumn here too!

Rose said...

I am ready for the cooler weather...not so much for the really cold.

Lori said...

No new grass here, but we've had mild temps all week -- 60s and 70s. We have rain coming in, though, and cooler temps next week.

salemslot9 said...

I see it, Paula! :)

Manzanita said...

That's a beautiful picture. It does look refreshing and springy.

Kath said...

Other than the nasty fog we have had this week here in England Paula.We have had quite a bit of rain too, but still it is very mild weather for November.Chilly in the evenings though.I wish it was spring here LOL!!I carn't see my green grass,for fallen leaves.Take Care.God Bless Kath xx

Lux G. said...

Aw. How sad that El Nino gets in the way. It's really a serious problem for us.

Anyway, try to enjoy fall still.

peppylady (Dora) said...

Weather isn't normal in North Idaho. Usual by now we have a covering of snow.
Came in from Hootin anne.
Coffee is on

Kathy said...

The green pastures were a welcome sight to greet me upon my return from Arizona last week. When I left they were brown and colorless and now it means the cows will have some more green grass before we start having to put out hay for the winter.