Henboxes, hot springs, and high places

It is 50 degrees here as I write this at midnight, with a stiff wind from the south. A bit of rain today after a clear morning. November finished two degrees above average, with precipitation about 75% of normal. After nearly continuous rain for the first 12 days, the skies cleared, and we had only one rainy day for the rest of the month. Rather unusual for here, I believe.

I just posted a new photo essay with pictures of our henbox project, another Marys Peak sunset, Thanksgiving with the Roseburg family, and camping in the Cascades on the way back north. Check it out at http://www.luterra.com/essays/umpqua2008.html.

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