ALL SEASONS – IT’S JANUARY (15) – REALLY!

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  1. I wondered how and if the rain and flooding had affected you — glad it wasn’t too bad. I never get used to the sound dry palm fronds make when they fall … I still jump every time (they sound alive — like a snake). Beautiful pictures — thank you for them and for hosting, as always.

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  2. I’ve visited San Diego quite a few times and enjoyed the different museums in Bolboa Park, plus hearing an organ recital there. I’m glad your were not terribly affected by the storms except to lose power for a short while. I’m sure better weather will arrive soon! I like living where there re four seasons–the cold does not bother me too much, at least not as much as heat does. Have a wonderful week!

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    1. Thanks so much, Deborah! You have a great week too. Has it been raining for the last two weeks too where you live?
      Today we saw people, while driving home from Sacramento coming back from the snow (skis on top of the car, etc.)

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      1. Hi Jesh,

        We’ve had a break in the rain these last two days! It’s been nice having the break getting the soil to dry out a bit.
        I stuck to the hilly roads yesterday instead of the trails b/c they were so wet and muddy when I went for a stretch my legs hike.

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  3. Palms are pretty but they can be mean. Here in south Florida we have many Royal Palms along the roads. They are very tall and the leaves are so large and heavy that they can kill a person if they fall on one. We have a row of pygmy date palms (Robelini) along the front of the open space we share with the next-door neighbor. Its spines are so formidable that it acts as a wall to deter anyone who wishes to take a shortcut to the lake in back of our homes.

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  4. Our neighbours have two huge palm trees in their front yard and they have quite a job keeping them neat, and yes, old and spent frond can fall very heavily indeed!
    Nice entry, Jesh! Thanks for hosting.

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