Wet season? Not for us right now in the NW part of the state. This September may become one of the driest on record. Someone said it's because of the high pressure that just won't leave, but that is keeping the hurricanes out to sea. I'll take drought over hurricanes anyday. Surely that pond apple must be food for something. It looks pretty tempting.
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