Out to the Flint Hills on Monday 4.20 to view the Lyrids. While this was one day earlier than the peak it was the only night the weather was going to cooperate for days. I was a bit surprised to see a few areas still being burned.
No matter as I could tell the north wind would blow any low level smoke away and the burning was pretty minimal. I’ve seen worse here.Continue reading “April Lyrids”