Monday, May 20, 2019

Is It March or May?

Riverton, Utah         High 58 Low 40

We got Cindy's garden ready for planting and got the areas we didn't want to plant covered with a good weed barrier. It lets water through but won't let sunshine through, which supposedly the weeds need to grow.

The only problem is that the weather has been more like March than May. We don't have any frost forecast, but parts of southern Utah have had snow (Cedar City). The weather forecasters have said that the temperatures are 10 degrees lower than normal for this time of year with rain forecast every day for the for the next 14 days with only three days of no rain and partly cloudy.

We are beginning to wish we had been able to stay in Yuma longer, but at least we are not in Oklahoma with all the tornadoes.

We want to take the fifth wheel out but are going to wait until the weather improves.

Meanwhile we have both been busy, me quilting Cindy's quilts and Cindy making more to make sure I don't ever get caught up. Also she has been busy with her new embroidery machine.

Thanks for visiting.


  1. You definitely left AZ a month too early. It's only in the low 70s today. Been a beautiful May but I'm really afraid we are going to pay for it when the heat finally hits.

  2. We are having the odd warm day and like yourselves the next bunch are cold and wet.
    Be Safe and Enjoy your quilt work.

    It's about time.

  3. So strange weather pretty well everywhere, pretty cold here still.

  4. I bet that embroidery machine does magical things! Sorry I left all that bad weather with you. The forecast for Nevada AND California isn't much better. Can't thank you enough for your hospitality when I was there!! I now have eight more quilts to make!!