My Head Was in the Clouds, but I Got It All Done
It was a crazy day. I started for the other house after taking this photo of the sky to compare to the night sky later, since rain is predicted. The clouds have been amazing all day. I parked on the way to the other house to try to capture the green hills at the end of the road and this is the photo I got looking down First Street in Paso Robles toward Vine Street. I was parked just past Spring on First St.
While I was still parked on First Street, I walked around the Marriott Parking lot and around the building. I took this photo from one corner of the parking lot looking toward the 101 Freeway.
The next stop where I got out to walk around and take pictures was the Doce Robles vineyard. It has a clear view of the sky all the way around.
When I got home, I took this photo from my orchard. That ominous cloud is still there.
I finally went in and processed my order. Fortunately it didn't take too long. I had to pull some grassy weeds to cover the garbage my husband had tossed on the compost pile and then I took this photo of what's left of my herb garden – the daffodils and the black sage in bloom. Of course, the fallen butterfly bush is also still there. And the grass is growing higher.
As I worked outside, Sarah followed and climbed into the chair to supervise me.
I went inside, took my shower, and then took a few more photos before heading to the post office to mail my package and return to the Paso house. I took one more brief photo detour in a parking lot, but I think I have enough photos for this post already.
When I got back, it was nearly six, and the sky looked like this. Still don't know if it will rain.
Judging from the clouds, do you think we will get our rain?
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