I'll bet Winslow sneaks in there and poaches all the big ones before we get around to it.I hope you Cedar guys are staying safe down there and aren't sustaining damage. Watching the footage of that guy that lost his rig in Summit on the news was kind of stunning. Here in Springville, we got a pleasant rain, but nothing heavy at all. Enough to water the garden and lawn. It will suffice.
Do you think PBH will let us fish his new pond?
Looking across the valley from up by the "C" when I come home from the cabin, it has gone from totally dry, up to 1/3 to 1/2 at the most full now.I was curious if anyone has been out to Quichapa and if so how full is it. It came down hard a few times here in Parowan, but I've seen much worse here.
I took this picture from above the "C" on the way home from the cabin tonight looking out at Quichapa.I was curious if anyone has been out to Quichapa and if so how full is it. It came down hard a few times here in Parowan, but I've seen much worse here.
The the water in Quichapa is what makes it a great picture to me. I appreciated him taking the time to take it and answering my post about Quichapa.the view of the smoke filled valley isn't great -- it's terrible!
I've had big (mature) toads showing up on my patio at my place. The dog was quite confused with a toad the other night -- she didn't know what to make of it. It's pretty amazing that I can build a house in the middle of desert sagebrush and cactus, and after a few rainstorms I have toads emerging from the ground!
then there's the kochia and russian thistle....