It was a great day to hike to that wash, too. Began with a nice sunrise; missed the nice sunset, darn. Hope you didn’t.
But the highlight of the day was seeing that water was still running in the Sutherland Wash, some eight days after our great snow. Like so many things that happen to meteorologists, I didn’t expect it.
Your cloud day yesterday
Was an interesting day because at times it looked summer-like due to Cumulus formations over the high terrain, Kit Peak to the Catalinas. The scenes below are mainly from a hike1 out to some native rock etchings.
Detecting ice module below. I hope most of you logged this as your first ice sighting of the day.
While waiting for still more rain, The End.
1Two of the people I was hiking with are very important meteorologists; faculty members at big universities with big Ph Ds, Wikipedia pages, give lectures all around the world about what they know. While I myself am not important, if you can align yourself with important people, befriend them in some way, and then go on to tell your friends that you have befriended that kind of person and do things with them, YOUR own mediocre life seems greatly enhanced. Let us not forget the guiding words to a peaceful, successful life as told to us in “Deteriorata.”