Bryant RedHawk wrote:On another note, the flooding has past and deposited tons of soil, which the good government folks are rapidly using to cover the land fills since they are afraid of the biology of those silt deposits, quite sad to think how paranoid people have to be because of the modern farm method creating such nasty critters in the wash down soils.
It seems that we can only get 10 days without rain, we had a big storm two days ago and all next week we can look forward to more of the same.
I remember when the coming of June meant the rainy season was over until September, no longer is that the case.
To think that back in the ancient times such a flood meant that Egypt would get to eat fresh grain because of the Nile floods depositing soil from up stream. No longer can that be a boon to the farmers at least not in the Americas.
Again Happy solstice to all (as I wipe the sweat from my eyes).
This is the time of year I have lots to do but have to take the work in 30 minute periods with water and cool down breaks almost as long as the work periods.