Goodbye to "HOT" July. How Hot was it? Totals are just coming in, but from what is showing up in the Google Index (below), indicates this year beat last year as the hottest month recorded. I feel pretty certain that this part of Texas will reflect the same: Hotter than last year, which was the hottest recorded. Around here, the trees made it through June, but have been dying off rapidly in July. Combined with almost no rainfall and three years of record heat, it is very dry going into August. I went down yesterday. I had walked across to Kates Cabin and on the way back to my cabin at Snake Bridge, the heat (102) was too much and I fainted. I opened my eyes to see Fat Sissy standing over me looking down. I crawled to my cabin and have been in bed ever since. To my senior photofriends: Heed my warning and just stay inside where it is cool. Your photostudy tonight is some of the Hot Bloomers on the grounds and the sun beam dance at the end. Enjoy!
From the Google Index-Search for hottest July on record top results:
Sunset beams dancing in the trees (at 8:00pm)
...this is brendasue signing off from Rainbow Creek. See You next time. Take care in the extreme HEAT. Drink Water, Drink Water, Drink Water.