12 July …
We’ve been having hot weather … even for this time of year. It was over 100° in Medford a couple of days, and that’s hot. Highest here at Cold Comfort was 98°.
… so much for “A good crop requires knee high by the 4th of July.”
Resettling the families is going about as expected … i.e. not as smoothly as would be liked, but smoother than it might have.
Mark and family are settling in. George and I are adjusting.
Paul is actively exploring.
And next year’s pine cones are becoming very visible. The ground is covered with this year’s cones which have dropped the seeds for next year’s new trees. These cones will be next year’s seed cones and the tree starts in 2019.
And the cycle continues.
The radio club just received a request for help with the Dunsmuir “State of Jefferson Brewfest” in August. George, Mark, and I will be attending a meeting this evening to discuss the needs and possibilities.
The events in which the club participates keep changing. But a BREWfest? I wonder what they want us to do … judge the brew taste contest?
One can dream, can’t one?
The city nearly doubles in size every 4th.
With an eye to personal, national, and worldwide events …
Hope means to keep going, thinking, ‘We can do this.’
So … ‘til next week …