these beans USED to be 18" tall, now they are sticks
A cornfield that used to be almost 6 foot tall, now it is broken off about 12" tall
The wind blew this hay bale uphill, over the fence, across a deep ditch and into the road
Same spot, this bale was taken up the hill, across two deep ditches, the road, and into the next field!
My garden didn't fair any better, most of it is pounded into the ground. Broke a couple of windows on our house, and we need to get up on the roof and check the shingles as it looks like they might be damaged also.
my squash, pumpkins, and tomatoes
My rhubarb--it looks rather ill!
It blew so hard that the electric poles are leaning!
Lots of water over the roads, the culverts and cricks are running.
This storms came through early this morning, I was awake and watched it out the door. I took a few pictures as it got light out.
In 30 years we have not seen hail this bad. But, I will remind myself these are just THINGS, no one was hurt (that I know of) and we do carry crop insurance. But I remember all those hours we put in this spring, Ken said this was the best he's ever seen crops look, and I still feel rather ill.