Robert (gurdonark) wrote,
Robert
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beginnings of a cure for drought

Today the rain fell. A huge storm rolled in, giving some help with our severe drought.
At one point, the folks in our building all evacuated temporarily into a tornado shelter when a tornado warning issued. The rain cleared up a good bit by mid-day. We needed the rain. After the rains subsided, I watched barn and cliff swallows cavort in the waters left on a Breckinridge Park field by the storm. Though the weather report forecast but an inch of accumulation, I believe we received more rain than one inch.


barn swallow on a rainy Thursday
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