June 7, 2007
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.