In today’s news:
After the shortest skiing season in Pacific Northwest,
Multanomah Falls today recorded
the lowest water volume;
Summer heat-waves and potential droughts are expected
By mid May
Health official also cautioned people to
Expect more cases of malaria.
In better news, vintners are expecting
A bumper Pinot Noir crop this year as
longest growing season on record is expected.
Sunny skies are in forecast for rest of the week,
With highs in the mid-70s and lows in the 60s
and no trace of rain.
Here’s An oldie from 1988 from Vangelis. Have a beautiful Earth Day:
(Radio plays Intergalactic Radio Station track from album Direct)
Ashes to Concrete.’
“Oh, by the way,
It’s been a beautiful morning,
what a morning,
It’s a great morning man.”
Notes: NaPoWriMo 2013 Day 22 . The prompt today was to write something related to Earth on Earth day. Not much time today to do something more interesting so thought of doing a radio news update fast forward a generation.