Pressing and Preserving
Finally, the nights are cool enough for that extra blanket. It seems strange that tropical storms are still coming off the coast of Africa.
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Bountiful Days
Wow, what a series of beautiful days! I know we have had quite a bit of rain but, oddly, Whiting’s Pond is surprisingly low.
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Dilly-Licious
I, for one, am very fond of the change of seasons. The air is becoming less humid, the light is wonderful, and I love it getting dark a little sooner.
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Battling Nature
Last week, I wrote, as is my custom, on Tuesday. It was after Hurricane Ida had wrecked havoc on Louisiana. It had not yet moved through the country into the northeast.
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Summer Transitions
Hurricane Ida hitting the coast of Louisiana with sustained winds of 150 miles per hour is something I hope to never experience in this lifetime. On the anniversary of Katrina, no less. I have to mention these weather events so I can remember to never complain.
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All Is Well
Let me start with gratitude for having dodged the Henri bullet.
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Heat, Humidity
I’m ashamed that I ever complain about the weather.
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Summertime Bounty
I'm a big fan of bad weather. Monday morning's unexpected rain gave me a much-deserved day off.
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Mask Up
I'm willfully guillible. When told something that either interests or tickles me, I tend to repeat it as gospel. To wit: years ago, I was told that when more than half the cows in a field are lying down, it is likely to rain.
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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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