The Elusive season

Posted by Ken Campbell July 7, 2009 0 Comment 779 views

After a month of steady sun and blue skies, western Washington has pulled the covers over her head once more. Clouds have moved in and the sky is gray and lumpy, what author Tom Robbins would call a “hemorrhoid sky,” gray and threatening. It’s not really cold, but after temperatures in the 70’s and 80’s for these long, languid weeks, it feels chilly now.

Summer usually begins on the 5th of July around here. That isn’t when it’s supposed to end.

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