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The road is straight and land is dry.   It is the dry season but they apparently had a dry wet season so people are beginning to worry about drought again out here.

As we push further west the trees give way to grasslands.


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  1. Love the top photo. It looks like an oil painting.

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    1. I liked it too. So even though it is just another photo of trees I figured it was worth posting it.

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  2. I only had the conversation about drought 2 days ago, saying we must be reaching that part of the cycle again :(

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    1. Drought has apparently come around a little faster than expected.

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