Daily Archives: May 19, 2018


With only five inches of rain so far this month, the sign at NCAR warns of high fire danger. These deer are very worried about the permanent drought. Or possibly the coyote in the trees. These children are suffering global … Continue reading

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The Morning After

Every flower (wild and domestic) in my neighborhood was destroyed by the hail, and there is still quite a bit on the ground. When our pond floods, the herons come over here.

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Toto’s Tireless Climate Research

This is what Boulder looked like on May 18 last year.

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