by wjw on June 30, 2021

While the Northwest U.S. and Canada are suffering under their “heat dome,” with Canada thrice recording an all-time high temperature of 121F, my own neighborhood is experiencing a cold front.

The weekend’s predicted rain in Taos Ski Valley was delayed— I got in two hikes, not one, before the skies opened— but when the rain came it passed through the whole state, in my home town raining more or less continually for 24 hours. After a couple weeks of temperatures hovering around 100F, today’s high was a fine, cool 71. The temperatures will rise slowly over the week, but the temps will remain bearable for a while, and I intend to enjoy the outdoors while I can.

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