In another part of the world, there is drought, dying fields, 70 days without moisture, heehee my beans would be happy. Whatever befalls the west coast is gonna affect us all. Soon an orange is gonna cost more than a gallon of gas. It’s all a sign of the times.
Here in the wild west, it’s a beautiful spring run-off, late yet still awesome. The Rio Pueblo is higher than ever, and the world on the pueblo is a big mud pie. Some roads have been muddy since winter. By far, it’s been a fierce spring with a hard task for the tractors and the field work. If seeds are not put into the fresh tilled earth by this week, “fahget about eet!”
It’s been a long time since I have seen the river rage for this long. I guess the chili planters down south will be happy with our mountain run-off.
Interesting time with water rights up here (more extensive Blog soon). Let the water-fights begin.
All you have is what was left for you, language, song, dance, land, water. However, that isn’t so anymore, times are changing and our hunting has changed immensely. The times of waking and walking into the fields to work are long gone. Feeding your family with crops doesn’t suffice as much as it used too unless you have a gigantic operation that can supply stores and other co-ops. The days of trade and bartering are long gone. Read More→