I’ve looked at clouds from both sides now.

This week, a Ricochet friend did a post, that referenced the song above.  For young people who don't know it, here is my favorite version, by Judy Collins. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8L1UngfqojI Boy, does this bring back memories of my childhood, when I was in college in the far-away 1970s.  But I really have looked at clouds from …

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Welcome to the Pacific Northwest winter

I just had to take this screen-shot this morning on my phone.  I use WeatherBug, recommended to me by a "genius" at the Apple Store. As I heard when I lived for awhile in the Midwest, nobody ever shoveled 2 feet of "partly cloudy" off their doorstep.  Or 2 feet of rain, either.  Our rain …

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Winter is here. Local winters in past years.

Living in the Pacific Northwest (AKA Pacific North-Wet), means mostly rain and not much snow.  However, the Cascade and Olympic Mountains are within a 2-hour drive from most places.  Here are some pictures of the area where I live, from previous years. My own back yard bird feeder, with a junco and song sparrow. This …

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