CLOUDS OVER THE PALOUSE
There's a reason it's called
"dryland" farming here in the Palouse. Our average rainfall is much less than
on the west side of the state.
But some days masses of enormous cumulus clouds float like great big gobs of whipped cream across a vivid blue Palouse sky.
Sometimes they carry a refreshing payload. Sometimes they just look pretty. And sometimes they help to create stunning sunsets.
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