Monthly Archives: December 2010

Wet and green

The forecast was for a quick but very wet frontal passage this morning. Boy oh boy were they right on that! 1.5″ in the gauge this morning. Dick and I got out for a quick ride yesterday afternoon. It was … Continue reading

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It’s been….

….a nice Christmas holiday all in all. A couple really wet and windy days, but hey…its’ winter isn’t it?? Seems to be getting greener by the day. Hamal has been enjoying the holidays ..lots of hiking and hunting time! Sherry … Continue reading

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Roll on…..

…………MIFF!! Happy birthday my friend!!

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Bliss before the storm

Our local weathermen and women are predicting a very wet and windy week and a half. Today was the calm mild day before this event so Dick, his son in law John and I got out to MDO for a … Continue reading

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Wind

We’ve had our first real Santa Ana wind condition the last couple days. I would estimate gusts in the 50+ mph range last evening and still really strong this morning. Here’s some vid of my palm tree. I rescued this … Continue reading

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Shortest day

Winter officially starts on the solstice, December 21. Here in Cayucos, California the day will have diminished in length to about 9 hours 43 minutes and 52 seconds. In someplace like Brisbane, Australia the day will have increased in length … Continue reading

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