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Thursday, June 9, 2022


Our Swainson's Hawk buddy is back
Late afternoon yesterday and into the night huge winds from outflow boundaries kicked up, raising the hopes of much-needed rain.  Humidity rose steadily.  All sound and fury, though, as we got almost no precipitation.

This morning, before we headed out for our hike, I had to clean the windows on the CR-V which were filthy from "sky spit" and debris.

Dr. K, Willow, Frio and I did our normal hike; we saw nobody out there, though Mr. White Hat's van was parked near the Tellbrook/Sonoma Ranch corner lot.  Most of our conversations centered around high humidity and smoky air.

Accidental photo

Crazed and hot

Last 2:  focusing on a blooming Soaptree Yucca


1 comment:

Dr. K said...

Your accidental photo is pretty good!

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