One of the nice things about a very wet winter is that it promises a very lush spring. The disadvantage of a lush spring is that it leaves a lot of brush to dry out in summer's heat, so that autumn can become a dangerous fire season. This coming autumn, the problem will be aggravated by the fact that last autumn, we had no major fires in this area. The rest of the state burned, but somehow we escaped. So, there will be an even bigger accumulation of brush here this year. I'll have to keep close tabs on the cats, in case I have to haul them out at a moments notice. I don't think they'd like being evacuated. They associate car rides with going to the vet, and thus hate them. I'd rather the place didn't burn to the ground, though it probably will, eventually. I only hope that it waits until I have moved to a more reasonable location.
I have e-mail to catch up on. If there is such a thing as virtual dust, my in-box must be covered with it.