Saturday, May 1, 2004

Exhausted. We planted some of the garden, redid a lot of fencing, and kept six kids from destroying most of the work done.

On the eternally salient subject of water in our west, today's NY Times has an article on the drought. It quotes the work of environmental scientists who say that the past one hundred years looks to have been a moist fluke, and current population norms in the west may be in peril.

I still say be grateful for what falls and try to use less. Not much can more can be done about what has been done already. The future, however, is a question for those weatherpundits to look at.

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