Miss one day of watering, and the plants are shriveled beyond repair.
Nashville set an all-time record today with a high temperature of 109, breaking the old record by two degrees set back in 1952.
The sad part is, we have been without rain for the past three weeks, vegetable gardens are drying up, farmers are losing their crops, and wildlife are endlessly searching for a source of drinking water.
The splish-splash of the frog fountain heard at the pond, has attracted more than the birds this week.
This afternoon a thirsty hawk visited not once, but three times.
We've filled the water trough and placed it down near the woods, hopefully the wildlife will seek it out.