Save Wotter


Well, I didn’t post yesterday, so I’m making up for it by sharing a cute picture of a baby sea otter. It was recently orphaned and rescued from a beach in San Mateo County.

Right below the news story about the otter was one about a severe drought in Brazil, of all places, which inspired me to make up the word “wotter.”

Of course, we’re having our own drought here in California. Apparently, it’s really bad in Oprah’s neighborhood.

I’m doing my part by having my front lawn ripped out and replaced by drought resistant native plants, along with a drip system. When it’s finished I’ll share before and after pictures on the good ole blog. Maybe you have a pet project that would contribute to water conservation? If so, hit the comments.

Happy Friday! I’m going to geek out tonight at the opening of Interstellar!

2 thoughts on “Save Wotter

  1. Thanks for doing all you can.
    Maybe Alameda will no longer be the Land of the Walking Dead. It was called that long ago because the water table was so high there could be no cemeteries in the town.


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