It was 73 degrees here in T-town yesterday, pretty high temp for this time of year. We’re back to gray skies today but it still feels like winter broke its back. Less fires in the woodstove, more outside in the fire pit. I’m a huge supporter of this time of year. Still, it does seem wrong, in a way.
The days are speeding on though, at this particular time. Lots of logistics for this summer’s cleanup, along with collaborations to be set up for this September’s Tacoma Shoreline Survey. If I listed everything out here, I would be doing that list and nothing else. At some time, I expect to get the upper hand in this game of Whack-a-Mole. That time has not come yet.
I must go. I have a phone call to make to Wrangell Public Works. Wish me luck.*
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