Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Wyoming: Too Little or Too Much

Laramie River North of Wheatland, WY. Most of the time an athlete can jump it. From I-25 where this picture was taken it flows into a reservoir about six miles downstream.

No Spring pasture for the rancher who owns that land.

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  1. I watch the National Weather Service for that area, and I saw the radar showed they were getting clobbered.

    Hope it doesn't cause too much damage.

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    1. Hard to tell this year as the storms coming through are moving much slower than usual. Even the normally dry creeks are flowing.

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  2. That's okay. With all the Global Warming going around, it will dry up pretty quick. Just ask Algore. As a side note, if Alfore could dance, would you call it algorrhythm?

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  3. It's bad all over. Houses under water in Lander. Eek! Row, row, row your boat. :(

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  4. Nope, no 'grazing' unless it's the fish...

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    1. The short grass prairie is turning green so there is grazing. Otherwise, the ranchers would be buying hay.

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    2. Yep, they are still grazing down here too...

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