Monthly Archives: September 2020

The Turning of the Year, And A Beautiful Day Today! Ballot Drop Box Is Installed At Courthouse

There’s a sense that the year has turned, and that we’re definitely headed into fall. Over the past seven days, we had over three inches of rain, but the weather has turned fair and cool. This morning was about 47 … Continue reading

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October 5 Is Last Day To Register to Vote, Drop Box Ordered For Courthouse, Go Online to Request Absentee, Early Voting Is October 13-30

The last day to register to vote in Georgia is October 5. You can register to vote in person at the courthouse or online at: https://registertovote.sos.ga.gov/GAOLVR/welcometoga.do#no-back-button It takes about two minutes. The Election Board has ordered a drop box for … Continue reading

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Mass Bird Deaths in Southwest, Orcas Attacking Yachts

From the Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/sep/16/birds-falling-out-of-the-sky-in-mass-die-off-in-south-western-us-aoe https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/sep/13/killer-whales-launch-orchestrated-attacks-on-sailing-boats?utm_term=b186b6db5624c0f82100a9b98f1e6f47&utm_campaign=GreenLight&utm_source=esp&utm_medium=Email&CMP=greenlight_email

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Fall Migration Definitely on, Mixed Flight of Warblers, Seal Salamander

It’s a beautiful day here, temperature near 80 and a very nice breeze. The weather acts a bit as though it wants to move into a drier period – September is statistically our driest month – but the rain can’t … Continue reading

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