The heat. The hot, muggy, wet monsoonal heat. It's part of the contract we mentally signed when we agreed to live in the desert. Anyone who says it's a dry heat, needs to visit Tucson in July through September. In fact, if you say "dry heat" to an Arizonan, they'll probably smack you:) No matter what. It's hot here.
|The anvil builds and it's a sign that there will be a storm!|
Not unlike the cold snowy winters of the north or eastern states of the US, our time of misery is now. I sit at my desk and research, crunch data, money, and plan. Sometimes I wait for a big break in the weather to go outdoors. And eventually, I get one!
But after the storm left, we noticed many Wilson's Warblers in our area! During migration, storms are known for helping birds move from one area to the next!
Hummingbirds, peeps, warblers and so many other birds are beginning their journeys back home. May they endure the heat and long trek. Until next time.....