Well, this year has been an interesting one relating to the weather. We had rain the week leading up to the 4th of July and it has remained relatively cold (60's - 70's) most of the time. We have had several week chunks of 75-85 degree days which has helped to get out of the rainy blues. The temple grounds has had the irrigation turned off for multiple weeks throughout the summer which is a rare situation. The grass has reaped the benefits of a cool summer and has looked really nice. The flower beds have had some ups and downs as they like an early hot summer, with less rainy week sprees. Some of the cherries have had some fungus issues with die back on the branch tips because of the cool, wet weather. Overall, it has been a great summer, and we look forward to Autumn. Here are some pics of what's been going around here.
|Photo by Jason Jarman, President of the Bellevue South Stake, September 2019|
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