Tuesday, August 09, 2011

If You're Wondering What It's Like In Texas, . . .

News from The Associated Press: "As the state struggles with the worst one-year drought in its history, entire ecosystems, from the smallest insects to the largest predators, are struggling for survival. The foundations of their habitats - rivers, springs, creeks, streams and lakes - have turned into dry sand, wet mud, trickling springs or, in the best case, large puddles."


  1. Anonymous10:16 AM

    I blame Rick Perry.


  2. So Texas is leading the way again, right?

  3. Texas is leading the way for water rationing...I can keep my yard alive on Sundays and Thursdays now. At least we ain't in Kemp, where they shut the water off for two days.