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May 11, 2008


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Here comes the rainy season


Hmm ... Living here in Seattle, I have a really hard time sharing your enthusiasim for clouds. However, I do understand as we often feel the same way when the sun finally shines. Enjoy!

Banjamin Madison

That must mean the rains are coming soon? In Gambia they used to arrive in June.


I went on a bike trip to Baja California in September when it is still really hot. I remember hoping for a cloud, even a little puff will do!


I've been to Birnin Koni before, it's the border town between Ilela, Sokoto Nigeria and Niger. I recall the heat when I worked as a Trainee Surveyor with a road construction company back in 1996. It's really hot in those parts. How are you coping? I hope the rains come down soon.

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