I wanted to finish putting the new boards on the deck. The worst of the rotted ones are gone, but it just looks so half-finished. But the rain started. I don't mind getting wet. The tools are another matter though.
Oh well. I went into the house. One good thing about having a thousand things to do is that it is easier to deal with interruptions. Just move to another project.
Through the window I saw an official county vehicle coming up the drive. Uh oh... this can't be good.
Our lovely county representative informed us that we had the noxious weed tansy ragwort on our property and would be responsible for removing it. He walked us down and showed us patches of the plant and showed us the identifying characteristics. Then, Sarah, the boys, and I got busy pulling weeds. A few hours and two huge bags later we had cleared out all we could find. Another good thing about having a thousand things to do is that one more doesn't seem like much.