Always have fun reading the Cloud Appreciation Society newsletter but this one is extra special – the Cloud of the Month for August is amazing. Check it out!
I loved this quote from the beginning of the Cloud Appreciation Society’s Newsletter.
“You have to regard yourself as a cloud because, you see, clouds never make mistakes. Did you ever see a cloud that was misshapen? Did you ever see a badly designed wave? No, they always do the right thing… But if you will treat yourself for a while as a cloud or wave, and realize that you can’t make a mistake whatever you do. Because even if you do something that seems to be totally disastrous it’ll all come out in the wash somehow or other. Then, through this capacity you will develop a kind of confidence, and through confidence you will be able to trust your own intuition.”
From the lecture ‘Way Beyond Seeking’ by Alan Watts (1915-1973).
Always my pleasure to pass along the Cloud Appreciation Society’s occasional Newsletter.
If you are – or you decide to become – a member of the society, you can also join local groups of cloudspotters. I started the Imperial County California group, and then was encouraged to merge with the Borrego Springs group. It’s a small world of little towns and big spaces under this open sky and the coordinator of the Borrego Springs group was none other than a client of mine!
Now that we have the two groups merged, it’s actually catching us at the least-busy time of year for cloudspotting here. Plain blue is installed almost without exception through about the end of July. We might get some thunderheads to look at in August! But if you’re in our catchment area, please join us and we can start sharing some of the clouds when they return from their sojourn.
Always my pleasure to pass along the CAS Newsletter. I recently became the leader of an Imperial County Cloudspotter group. If you’re into clouds – and I am – in fact at the moment I’m writing this I’m inside a cloud because it’s raining – you should consider joining – and if you’re in Imperial County, join the cloudspotter group too. We don’t always have a lot of clouds around here, so they’re more of a treat!
This Cloud Appreciation Society Newsletter included an invitation to join or start local cloudwatching groups. I think we have an unofficial one in Salton City, though it seems to only operate in the winter. We do get thunder clouds to look at in the summer, but it’s really too cosy to go outside to look at them…..
If you see my post but don’t open the Cloud Appreciation Society newsletter, make this on the exception. There is a wonderful short video of rare and beautiful mother-of-pearl clouds!
The Cloud Appreciation Society newsletter is always interesting, but this one is especially because of the cooking demonstration, where a panini toaster is used to show how clouds are cooked up.
The Cloud Appreciation Society Newsletter is always a welcome item in my in-box. I especially loved the item about the Horseshoe Vortex.
Always a pleasure to pass along the Cloud Appreciation Society Newsletter.
It’s always my pleasure to forward this newsletter. This time the subject is the recent C.A.S. vacation on Lundy Island off the coast of Cornwall, England. Sounds like they had an awesome time there!