A thread of silk catches breeze and sunlight as a shimmering strand of momentary light, arcing across open air like the very slender sail it is. A tiny spider rides the rudderless thread, a sailor floating away to an unknown destination. The silk disappears as breeze stiffens to gusty wind, and clouds rise over mountains to cover the sun. Treetops sway, leaves flip backwards. A monochromatic gray covers the far mountains, moves to mid-range, and sweeps across open air with waves of rain. Did the tiny spider make it to distant shore? No one knows except the spider. Rain passes, leaving blue sky and ragged wisps of cloud hanging in the mountaintops, and leaving a perfect, very bright rainbow hanging like a beacon for sailing spiders.~K





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Lake Jocassee Weather

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Humidity: 82%

Wind: 2.49 m/h

  • 23 Aug 2019

    Thunderstorms 87°F 74°F

  • 24 Aug 2019

    Scattered Thunderstorms 80°F 70°F

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