by MN Gordon Economic Prism
Last weekend we received a mailer from the city water department. Long Beach has returned to water rationing. Turf and landscape irrigation is only allowed on Monday, Thursday, and Saturday…before 9am or after 4pm.
No doubt, it’s hot and dry. What’s more, the “big one” – where the San Andreas Fault separates the Pacific plate from the North American plate once and for all – is just around the corner. You can almost feel it.
Something big is going on, indeed. Here in the Golden State the Santa Ana winds have arrived early. On Wednesday, the outer expanse of the Los Angeles Basin, where the lower foothills of the Cajon Pass rise to the high desert, went up in a giant blaze.
Before long, a wafting plume of dark gray smoke blanketed the expansive landscape from the San Gabriel Mountains to the Pacific Ocean. The ominous aura was broken in the evening with an effervescent sunset. We looked and listened…
Perhaps the gods were (Read More....)
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