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29 03 2022

Hard to believe this was all under a vast sea at one point, millennia past, eh? We don’t need floods, but we do need rain.

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**Update**

As of about 8 a.m., we had received the most lovely 0.18 inch of wonderful, grass- and greasewood- and other-growing and -greening rain. šŸ™‚

Happy, happy goes the dance!


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11 responses

29 03 2022
Karen Ann Schmiede

Just beautiful!

2 04 2022
TJ

It’s a view I never take for granted. šŸ™‚

29 03 2022
Pat

So wonderful!

2 04 2022
TJ

I love it!

29 03 2022
Sue E. Story

Us too, TJ. A little, but we’ll take it for gift that it is. Great long view in your pic!

2 04 2022
TJ

As of March 31, we’ve gotten exactly 2 inches of moisture since Dec. 1. … That’s not much. šŸ˜¦ We’ll take absolutely every drop we can get!

29 03 2022
Martha Kennedy

I think about that whenever I’m out there in what was once an immense lake. Sometimes I can almost see it in my mind’s eye. We had ten snowflakes and 7 drops of rain today (so far?)

2 04 2022
TJ

Hope you got more moisture, Martha! We got enough for puddles and soggy ground … until the wind returned. Ah well. More will come!

2 04 2022
Martha Kennedy

Nothing here šŸ˜¦

29 03 2022
lovewildmustangs

Yes, amazing.

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2 04 2022
TJ

šŸ™‚

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