Big Cat Feet
For the past week or so since the last rain, a high pressure ridge off the coast keeps our notorious Tule Fog trapped in the Valley - miserably cold and damp with zero visibility along Highway 99. On the edge of the cottony gray ocean yesterday morning, it was 33 degrees. Hard to believe that less then a month ago we had a week in the high-80s. The grass at elevations above 1,000 feet has been enjoying warm sunshine, but slower growing here along Dry Creek.