I saw this a few months ago, in a Texas panhandle town whose name I will hopefully never remember. It’s 3.14 today, so if I can’t post this today, I can’t ever do it.
Tag Archives: Texas
Cool, cool water
After this summer, I’m never again going to take water for granted. The droughts in Texas, and other places in North America and around the world, have made it very clear that water is needed above everything else for life to go on. I took the picture above after I had finished cutting the grassContinue reading “Cool, cool water”
We’re all in a lot of trouble
It’s been rainy this summer in the large city where I live. The rainiest 24 hour period in recorded history happened not too long ago, and the rainiest July was just completed. All of those melting glaciers seem to have made their way into the rain system, or whatever the right word for it is.Continue reading “We’re all in a lot of trouble”