I sure hope you have taken a few minutes out of your busy evenings to take a look at Mars this month. It is the brightest it has been in a couple of years and if you look to the east just after it gets dark, it will be the brightest “star” in that part of the sky. As the hours go by it climbs high in the sky and of course it has that reddish shade to it. Take a look, it is easy to spot. If you look west you will see Saturn and Venus, both a little brighter than mars. A good time for planet watchers.
It is suppose to be a wet few days around here with predictions of rain in excess of three inches. Since it is quite warm, didn’t get much below 70 last night if at all, the frogs have been yelling so loud that they drown out most all other natural noises and a lot of man made ones, too. With the frogs and owls serenading, it reinforces the reasons I like living here. This morning I saw a pair of ducks circling and then landing. Soon we should have some baby ducks.
I am not going to ramble on any more in today’s blog since I really have nothing else to say. So, you all have a great day now, you hear?