CatronCountyWalk

Catron County, New Mexico has about 400 miles of paved road, and we're planning to walk every mile of it ... eventually ...

Tuesday, June 07, 2005

Nothing to report

I'm sorry to say, I have no new walks to blog about. My walking partner has gone to Wyoming for three weeks, and I'm busy with other things. It's pretty hot, now, and I'm keeping my fingers crossed for a good monsoon season this year. If you're unfamiliar with New Mexico weather, monsoon season begins around July 4th every year, and is marked by huge fantastical build-ups of towering cumulus clouds and daily afternoon rainshowers that cool everything off beautifully. We've been experiencing something of a drought the last seven or so years, and the rains haven't always come when and how they ought to, and one year not at all. It's never a sure thing, but it's looking good so far for this year.

1 Comments:

  • At 5:04 PM, Anonymous Spike said…

    huge fantastical build-ups of towering cumulus clouds and daily afternoon rainshowers that cool everything off beautifully

    Beautiful. My kind of weather. Though I admit I'm enjoying the toasty warm winter sun here.

    We've been experiencing something of a drought the last seven or so years, and the rains haven't always come when and how they ought to, and one year not at all. It's never a sure thing, but it's looking good so far for this year.

    Bummer. Hope the rain comes through for you. We're 91% in drought here. Again. Some country towns will have to start drinking their own pee soon.

     

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