OUR WELL WENT DRY – THE DAY AFTER

We all need a helping hand sometimes. We all need water all the time.

SERENDIPITY

It didn’t rain overnight, which would have been nice because at the bottom of everything is a drought that has yet to be acknowledged by Massachusetts. Probably won’t be until we follow California and are completely out of water.

Meanwhile, with all the dams closed, the swamps drying out, the riverbeds mud with the occasional puddle — there is still some water. Not as much as we need, but some. New England is not usually an arid zone. Droughts are less common than flooding. Which is probably why we aren’t as good as we need to be at water management.

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Most people, unless their well has gone dry — and there are plenty of us — are paying little attention to the dry streams and rivers, the receding waters on Whitin’s Pond. The disappearance of the water fowl because their environment is disappearing along with their food supply.

Yesterday, our well went dry…

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2 thoughts on “OUR WELL WENT DRY – THE DAY AFTER

  1. Thanks Rich. In every possible way.

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  2. It is no problem to spread the news around. I hope it provides a little extra help.

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