A daily journal concerning Lake Vermilion and surrounding areas.
Selected real estate, notes, stories, musings, and anecdotes.

June 7, 2007

Dock underwaterSignificant Rainfell.

The natural world has countless cycles that continue on their repeating patterns with or without our attention.

There must be a multitude of time-related cycles associated with precipitation. There must be some sort of ebb and flow to precipitation. Well, I can report the Lake Vermilion area is now completely ebbed out and is well into the flow.

We have plenty of water.

Weather experts said it wasn’t likely but I think we made up a fair portion of our rainfall deficit. The lake water level is (through this casual observers eye) at a near normal level and, perhaps, even a bit above where we should be for the month of June. That’s good to see.

I don’t think anyone enjoys low lake levels.

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