Rain was heading our way, so Bob and I spent Sunday afternoon seeding the pond dam and new fenceline. This was the area we cleared out last fall after a drought dried up the marshy area behind the pond. Bulldozers had pulled out trees on the dam (the roots were harming the structure) and cleared brush around the outlet pipe.
Bob harrowed the area and I used a hand seeder to spread $100 worth of grass seed. We could have used more.
That night we got a nice rain and another storm blew through today. By this weekend I will be able to see all the spots I missed with the seeder.
The houses are creeping closer and closer to our 22-acre pasture and pond. They like the pastoral view we provide.