Monthly Archives: June 2015

Rain and Rainbows in the West

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “ROY G. BIV.” I lived in the West for several years, in both Flagstaff Arizona and Moffat County Colorado.  Flagstaff is at ~7000 feet above sea level and is very dependent on … Continue reading

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Memorial Day Flooding in Houston

I’m posting this now because we may have another round of flooding in Houston tomorrow.  The first tropical system (TS Bill) in the Gulf this year is expected to come ashore in the next 24 hours or so.  Forecasts for … Continue reading

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The Off Season – Finger Lakes Wine Region

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Off-Season.” The Finger Lakes region is highly dependent on tourism money, from visitors to wineries, summer folks who rent or own a lake cottage, people who visit the state parks like … Continue reading

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The Next Adventure

As most readers know, I live in Houston, and have for about three years now, through very mild winters, hot humid summers and spectacular urban flooding.  But this particular adventure will likely be coming to an end in September.  My … Continue reading

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