|What was kind of cute - the iguanas eating the aloes - is not even slightly cute anymore.|
|The sea almonds, which had shadily re-leafed in spring green have shed again|
|I don't know the name of this ground cover but it too is being decimated by the iguanas looking for moisture. When I left, you couldn't see the ground here. The leaves are from the genipa tree's second shedding|
In the meantime, the wild chickens are right on springtime (and bunny time) schedule, reproducing and spreading themselves farther and wider around my place. Fish are jumping and someplace, the cotton is growing to be high by summer. It's still a beautiful world, but we sure could use some rain. It's time to stop asking for that soon, but for another week or so? I'll be doing the rain dances and scaring away the wild chickens at the same time, island multi-tasking.
Have a watered up Wednesday. Do something wavery.