Dog Days? or Daze?

From Wikipedia – You may know that the term “dog days” refers to a period when Sirius — the “dog star,” part of the constellation Canis Major — is brightest in the summer sky. The ancient Romans marked these days from July 23-24 to August 23-24, noting that they were typically the hottest days of the year. Eventually, the phrase “dog days” came to mean any hot streak in the summer.  I guess we are really past the dog days, but since we are still waiting for HAY….

1234867_643627679010336_1061767860_nCheck out this photo of a  haboob (AKA dust storm) photographed in Arizona today (photo posted by Bruce Haffner (@chopperguyhd) via Twitter) and then posted on Intellicast/Facebook.


About yayariders

Equine obsessed woman who loves to ride horses, talk about horses, photograph horses/riders, shop for horse stuff, look at horse adds, admire fences, barns, trucks and trailers, and do all things horsey with my kids and friends.
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