It seems every time my garden gets dry enough to till after a heavy rainfall to loosen up the soil to pull rows, it rains again packing down the soil and forming a thick caked top layer once it dries out again. The good thing is, there are hardly any weeds taking hold as of late, so there is a light at the end of this long tunnel.
I already know what I want to plant, but now I'm once again a wait till it dries mode so I can try to pull the rows to put in seeds and started plants. If I went out there today, all I'd be doing is making mud hills and sinking up to my ankles in slush between rows.
We've had one of the wettest summers on record this year.