Wet Gold

Water is not to be wasted in Monterey County. It is costly and scarce. Here’s a shot of our rain barrel after a downpour two days ago. It is full, filled by the runoff from the roof of our house. Drought tolerant plants are abundant in this area just as grass lawns are a rare sight. Some people have signs in their front yards that declare they use captured rain water—the stigma of wasting water runs deep.

Published by 67steffen

My labels: grandfather, father, veteran, writer, poet, photographer and dreamer in pursuit of the meaning of life. Getting close, although I'm running out of time--probably why I'm so close.

2 thoughts on “Wet Gold

    1. We simply don’t get enough rain in most parts of California. Also, Big Ag is a major water consumer as is the constant demand to develop more housing. My sister lives in Southern Illinois, so I know about the abundance of water there.


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