There was not enough rain at THO for the blue chalk lines to wash off. Or at the very least, the roof overhang is wide enough to protect the building from a lot of moisture, so we wiped it down this morning.
Thankfully, there was enough rain to halt the immediate crisis that the forest was facing, but still not enough to hold it off for long.
All over there are signs of the water shortage on the land and forest. There are also a significant number of dry wells. For those of you who do not know the climate in Ontario, August is our dry month and we are on day one.