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There’s always something to howl about

It’s hot and dry and gorgeous in the desert.

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The photo is from a house Cathy closed on today. That’s what they call a street, out in the sticks. You can measure how clean the air is by the definition of my shadow, maybe sixty feet away. On the way home, we saw a yearling coyote on Dear Valley Road.

Our annual late summer “monsoon” is being pushed out of the valley by very hot, dry weather rolling in from the Mohave Desert. Within the next couple of weeks, we will shift back to the dry heat that makes Phoenix so perfect all winter long.

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    1. Al Lorenz September 2nd, 2011 7:53 pm

      You’ve gotten really tall Greg!

    2. Ariel B. September 8th, 2011 5:20 pm

      I will say I do look forward to the afternoon Monsoons here in beautiful Scottsdale. But I will admit I can’t wait for the heat to end and the constatant beautiful weather to begin. The next 9 months is what makes living in the valley of the sun a great place to be.