|By the drain pipe|
|Across the pond|
The drought is causing the trees to shed "leaves" if you will (remember the trees are all pine, fir, and cedar) at an alarming rate. They are also shedding dead limbs as if they know something hot is coming. I certainly hope not.
I remember the drought back in 1976. Once it started raining again the trees (where I used to cut firewood) having been so dry, couldn't handle the water and a good many just toppled over.
Toppling trees wouldn't be a bad thing as long as they don't topple on the house or shop. I can always use the firewood.
California is still on fire and just in case, we have our evacuation plan in place, so long as they give us enough time to pack everything up.
I think I'll give Lower Blue Lake a try next week. Stay tuned.