The clouds dominated the sky today.
A beautiful day between rain showers. Leland as well as Fishtown is busy with visitors.
After another overnight rain, a cloudy beginning. Mid morning the clouds began to thin and blue sky retuned.
Out there west of the islands it’s raining. Here, beautiful cloud formations. The ranch above is across the road from the vineyard below, both within a short walk from my driveway.
Summer is not so far away.
Unfortunately it wasn’t meant to last all day, thunder and rain returned.
Thunder and lightning entertained us again last night.
A nice morning after a overnight of howling wind gusts sounding like freight trains passing through. More to come as a large system on the other side of Big Blue with thunderstorms is on it’s way.
A perfect day to have a Wine Festival. 82 degrees with a s/sw wind blowing at 22 mph. gusting to 33.
A perfect day to set-up the tents for the wine festival, sunny, warm and no wind. Below: I’m guessing a1977 International scout in fantastic condition. The ’77s were manufactured with rust pitted steel shipped over from Japan. For some obscure reason after being advised not to use the steel, IH Fort Wayne used it anyway. The result was 100% of the… Read more »