Twenty five years of observations of Kitimat weather sit on the counter at Kitimat Museum & Archives, who now get custody of my records. Environment Canada never did trust me with anything more than precipitation prompting the bff to once comment "She'll measure water, twice a day for 20 years" I think this was in reference to my being tenaciously responsible. Or something.
Environment Canada sent me a very nice letter officially thanking me for my service noting in the 25 years of taking these observations you measured a total of 454.8 metres of rain, 113.0 meters of snow and a total of 567.8 of total precipitation.
That's alotta water.
Author: Eileen Hutson
'You need the dark to see the light'. Advice picked up in painting workshops has become a treasured mantra in both life and art.