Thursday, June 29, 2017

Pause for Breath

There has been virtually no Irisian activity since Monday evening due to a stagnant area of low pressure sitting overhead. The Emperors will not have been decimated, as they can sit out this sort of weather with some ease (summer gales really knock them out, not yesterday and today's cool calm cloud or the slow steady rain of Tuesday afternoon).

At Knepp yesterday and today, they were appearing with every glimmer of brightness, but vanishing whenever the sky glowered. The are desperate to become active, and will erupt when the sun next shines - on Saturday.

Saturday should be terrific. The butterfly will be at peak season. Don't miss out - skip the family wedding, sell the kids into slavery, cancel the mortgage interview, and be there...

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