The rain threatens with gray skies and no sight of the sun. Are you as tired of the downpours yet, or are you in a section of the country that needs it desperately? KBJ is in San Francisco where the Yosemite wildfire threatens the city with loss of power and water. There is rain all around Northern California and south of the city, but Yosemite remains burning. I wish we could all gather collectively and blow our rain clouds their way. It is a horrible and destructive fire and wildlife suffers more than we know. I pray for the safety of the firefighters as they struggle to contain the fires and protect the Giant Sequoias as well. I shall go about planting yesterdays finds (see here if you missed the Greenhouse post yesterday) in the misty rain, grateful for no wind shears or hurricanes or Derecho weather events. Actually, it has been incredibly rainy this summer, but also kinda eerily calm storm wise for the south. OK, out to plant and take some more photos. First, below a couple more from yesterday of my Milmont finds, all in a tight pile, waiting for me to do some digging.
I just came in and showered. I got a few things planted, but it was just too hot and humid for me to do any more. I will get up early tomorrow morning and finish up. What I did plant, photos below.
Thanks for coming by. I have a couple of construction projects to share, so I hope you will come back. Laters, charisse