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OT Clouds

We've talked about who has the bluest skies before; Texas' big sky seemed to
be the favorite.  Our skies here in Indiana over a year's time are
frequently grey, but we are experiencing some pretty blue skies right now.
You'd think after 40 yrs in the same place there'd be nothing new or special
about these skies for me, but yesterday, I was thoroughly mesmerized by the
clouds.  I'd never seen any like them anywhere.  They were off to the south
and so solid, thick, and very white and their dimensions, from the south sky
down to the fields  made them look like snow covered mountains in the
distance.  I'd never seen clouds quite like that before.  Lovely.


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