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Rainy Season Start & Captain Tom’s Amazing Adventure

Finally! The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) affirmed the official beginning of the rainy season on Friday, June 14. The homestead in…

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Remarkable Rain Ricochets across Guimaras

As of Wednesday, May 15, 2019 we’ve had some welcome sporadic rain showers across our island province. With only one day of rain in April…

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El Niño & Our Water Conservation Plan

El Niño is a weather pattern associated with reduced rainfall. It’s been impacting the Philippines over the past few months. As a result, we kicked in…

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Harsh April El Niño for Guimaras & Western Visayas

The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) is the Philippine’s national weather service. PAGASA has issued a dire warning for our region: “Harsh…

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Upcoming El Niño Means Good Water Conservation

With the approaching El Niño predicted by the Philippines weather service, water rationing is a possibility. Therefore, the  upcoming El Niño means good water conservation. First…

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Upcoming 2019 El Niño Assault Predicted

The island province we call home, Guimaras, may be in for another “state of calamity.” The National Weather Service of the Philippines, PAGASA, has a dire prediction. “Upcoming…

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our new water tank in Guimaras
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Philippines Rainy Season Officially Begins

The rainy season has officially begun in the Philippines.

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Adventures in Cebu City & Chocolate Hills in Bohol

I haven’t done much of anything since retiring to the Philippines over six years ago with my lovely asawa, The Sainted Patient Wife. I’ve been…

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El Niño Savages Guimaras, La Niña May Follow with More Rainfall, Floods and Typhoons

The island province we  call home, Guimaras,  is officially in a “state of calamity” due to the El Niño weather phenomenon. El Niño is a…

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