Suffering Gardens
For the past week, several days had skies filled with very interesting thunderheads. Sadly, they produced no rain to speak of.
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Dead Heading
I was once again all set to complain about the high humidity leading to miserable outdoor work conditions. Then there was an article in The New York Times on Tuesday about the Bootleg wildfire in Oregon. It is so large that it is creating its own weather.
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Rain, Rain
Violet and her friend Cesca went out to western Massachusetts last week for their fist camping trip without family. The first and only night in the tent saw four inches of rain and lightning.
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Coming Up
The Fourth of July weather was exactly what I like. However, I do feel for the vacationers and would-be barbequers.
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Vexed by Voles
It's been a few hot and miserable days for us outdoor workers. However, I am trying to put it all in perspective.
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Kousa Crazy
I know I mentioned Kousa dogwoods last week but it bears repeating as there is another beauty, both pink and white, at the bottom of the hill at Abel's Hill Cemetery.
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Pretty in Pink
That was a pretty impressive rain shower on Tuesday afternoon. I was driving at the time and my wipers did not move fast enough.
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Dear Delphinium
The end of last week delivered some of my favorite spring weather — cool, rainy and foggy.
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Bloomerang
I thoroughly enjoyed the rainy, stormy weekend.
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Burro Business
We’ve had a series of very warm days. It seems a little unseasonable for May on the Vineyard.
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