Mr Wolf has a wonderful way of being able to put into words what I am thinking at the time I am thinking them. Thank you Mr Wolf for a wonderful article. I just hope there are enough of us out there to take heed at your words.
By Jack Wolf
This past summer here in western Canada was one of the driest on record. There was minimal rain here in what is normally a temperate rainforest for June and in July and August it was practically non-existent. Weather like this, I have been told, is extremely rare, though there have been instances of it – spaced out over the decades of the twentieth century before us. But it was rare.
Finally, in the last week of August and into the first week of September, we started to get rain. I am happy to see that we got what we missed in the summer given back to us – and more – over about a week’s time. Yet this kind of thing is not normal. It is not the way things are supposed to be – and have been for thousands of years.
Already, with the rain, people…
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