April 6, 2020

It has rained almost continuously for two and a half days. Fire prevention pond is filling, although Mount Suribachi is not yet submerged.  I can identify the low lying places that flood and eventually drain – at the corner by the rose bed, beside the front porch slab near the white oleander, and by the rank of valves for the irrigation system.

I had a brief foray out for weeding as a break from work on the Ethics Guide at the computer.   A pair of ducks paddling across the fire prevention pond kept me company.  A few of the tenant’s cows have found their way into Tork’s old pen.  I can watch them from the breakfast nook, peacefully chewing down the fire hazard and thinking ahead to the dry season.

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