Water’s Winter Wonders

The rain steadily fell for a day while the temperature dropped to freezing. As night fell the rain stopped but the wind blew as temperatures plunged to well below freezing. Once the cold front passed, the wind disappeared, and the water level on the river began to drop a few… Continue reading

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Do You Command the Morning in 2020?

The morning on the foggy marsh was quiet. While the sun was above the marsh grass on the far side of the channel, it was still partially hidden behind a group of pines, so golden orange crepuscular rays developed where the sunlight managed to get through the trees. I rediscovered… Continue reading

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Water for Life: A Parable from the Desert

We are with friends at the edge of the Mojave Desert. Only miles away the coastal mountains cause moisture to uplift and eventually yield precipitation. The air is too dry above the desert, however, so clouds pass over and might provide a sprinkle but rarely any more. Even in the… Continue reading

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