Month: September 2021

Horror Show In The Garden

I grew up hating spiders – the way they looked, the way they moved, the way their webs felt when you walked into them, everything. I lived in fear during the summer months, when spiders the size of dollar coins would build mostly invisible webs along the side walkway of the house that I needed […]

Parched Earth

Things are getting a little dicey in California, to say the least. The Dixie fire has quickly become the second largest forest fire by area in the state’s recorded history, and shows no hints of stopping any time soon. Meanwhile, reservoirs across the state are sitting at record low levels, leaving miles of lakebed exposed […]