Our remarkably extended rainy season has given us a taste of a more tropical climate this summer. 

These rare episodes ease the pressures on the aquifers, surface water levels and irrigation needs. A lovely consequence is having it so green this deep into the summer experience. The grazing acres and hay surplus are impressive. The demands on yards and grounds have kept so many busy! What a summer as we move out of the deep freeze recovery and the reopening of public space from the extended pandemic of COVID-19. Toddlers and summer adventurers along with fawns, kid goats and calves are exhibiting such a jolly leaping and happy time!

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