That morning ride on horses looks very pleasant.
The equestrian activity looks nice (I agree with Dr. K), but the horses look a little desultory. Or, maybe they always look that way.The leafless ocotillos look scorched in your image.No rain yesterday (Saturday) here--the first day in about two weeks! Still in the upper 80s, though, and very humid. And, it's cloudy this morning (Sunday) and severe storms are forecast for this evening.I'm still recovering gradually from my illness--a little stronger each day. I see my doctor again tomorrow, but I also have an ultrasound scheduled for Wednesday; something's not right, and we've got to get to the bottom of it. I feel strong enough to travel next week, but I've just got to take it easy.What's the status of your book?
Keeping my fingers crossed for you, Scott.When I hear you describe that rain I have a real craving for precipitation, but I know it can come with dire consequences, too. Rain is in the forecast for here and in the high mountains, where we'll be tomorrow for a week's respite in the Sacramentos. Predicted high for High Rolls tomorrow: 68 F.Thanks for asking about the book. My short fiction collection is entered into a contest presently and is still posted on Authonomy--if you'd like to take a peek.http://authonomy.com/books/50637/virga/read-book/#chapter
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1st 2: flank of Tortugas and the Organs 30F when we headed out this morning, and although there was a breeze it didn't make conditions ...