A fine graphic illustration of the Syrian War by Mark Fiore
This filled the entire New York Time magazine this month:
Carol, did you watch or read about this? Classic Stewart:
Yes, I saw that. Thanks for the heads up though. I hate to miss anything.
The Edge of Wetness:
TVD return in 44 minutes. A flock of seed eaters. A tidings of magpies flitting about and on the return resting in the tops of the tall, old evergreens. A few other birds including a pair of some dove-like shapes. A couple of small, white butterflies amid a swarm of midges. The goldenrod is in bloom while the tobacco plants have been for over a week. A biplane spraying a field to the north; odd, as the grains are done growing and harvest will start any day or night now.
Day 6: 128+44=172 minutes.
High today here at the ranch, 98°. In freaking Michigan! The humidity was awful. I was out on the patio around 10:00 p.m., my clothes were damp and not from sweat, from the humidity. I asked Bob what the humidity was, he checked…it was 91%. Eww…
I went in the pool, the water was perfect, the most perfect night so far. It was WONDERful! Sitting out on the patio after my dip was enjoyable to say the least.
We had rain earlier. Woo hoo! 0.12 of an inch. I still had to go out and water things.
Welcome to global warming.
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