I hope everyone had a good Easter with family and friends. We had a wet one, not good for the Easter Bunny. The weather has been a little fickle, but then again it is spring and the month of April is supposed to be “April showers bring May flowers” as they say!
The weather has turned warm this past week and the Trinity has been up and down with scattered showers that has the river like a yo-yo. First we have sunshine then showers then light rain then sunshine. We are approaching the beginning of spring and the last vestiges of the winter run of steelhead.
The Whiskeytown Chaser American Endurance Ride Conference 25- and 50-mile Endurance Rides are coming up on April 11.
The weather has been beautiful this last week, the problem being that at this time of year we should be getting rain along the coast and the inland low country. The last I heard about the snowpack was there was none! It appears that we got all of our rain the first part of fall and then just dry weather. There is a chance that we might get some rain next week but I don’t see a downpour coming. We need rain and snow if we are to have some water for this summer and fall fishing.
You can be part of a diverse community working to reduce heart disease. (NAPS)
A good place to make lasting and effective changes to the environment and your family’s health is the supermarket. (NAPS)
Sun control screens on windows, doors and porches work like a pair of sunglasses-shading up to 90 percent of the sun’s heat and glare. (NAPS)
Refresh your walls this spring with Pratt & Lambert’s 2015 color trends. (NAPS)
Remember, using the right tools for various yard care jobs can pay dividends, particularly when it comes to getting the job done right the first time. (NAPS)