Monthly Archives: April 2016

Promised Land

Good morning, y’all. Well we scooted over to the Walmart in Blairsville to get our shopping in before the apocalypse of storms hit. We’re getting predictions of massive thunderstorms and combinations of hail and rain. One of the weather drones went on to say that while storm conditions were “moderate”,

The Orange Party

Good morning, y’all. It’s getting warm up here in the mountains and I’m going to need to wrap up my outdoor activities pretty soon. Even going out for a couple of hours to spread weed and feed sets me to cooking. I wear as few clothes as is prudent. I

This And That

Good morning, y’all. It was another gorgeous day in the Georgia mountains. I might get in the post card business if this beautiful weather keeps up. I could even get involved in the Chamber of Commerce promoting our area. Of course if I’m successful, it just ruins it for all

Wrongly Accused

Good morning, y’all. We’ve had some thunderstorms push through, and I ain’t complaining. After the thunder, we’ve had some nice gentle, continual rain. We needed the moisture. Some of the people that use Lake Lanier for recreation have complained that the lake level is down. They’re saying that the reason

Gone Baby Gone

Good morning, y’all. A little windy, but otherwise a perfect day here in the mountains. It looks like we’re going to have dry, pleasant weather for the next few days. That’s good, because I’m a little behind on my landscaping and my Spring “honey do’s”. I’m not sure if the

Run Forrest Run?

Good morning, y’all. It looks like Spring is finally here. The March winds seem to have waited until April, but all other indications are on track for another record rise in global temperature. I’m hoping to get all of my landscaping squared away before it gets too hot to venture

A June Wedding?

Good morning, y’all.The last of the sprinkles are moving through the area. It must be this hard wind that’s pushing them out. I can’t tell if the wind is coming from Canada or Texas. It’s a chilly wind, so I’ll guess it’s of a Northern nature. The winds coming from

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