Monday, June 9, 2008

Cool Clean Water, H2O. Two Parts Hydrogen, One Part Oxygen. Oxygen To Fuel Fire, Water To Stop It's Advance.

INTRODUCING OUR GROUND WATER

SADLY, YEARS OF DROUGHT HAVE LESSENED IT'S SUPPLY. OUR PRECIOUS GROUNDWATER IS BORDERED BY FAULT LINES GRACING THE SAN RAFAEL HILLS, THE SAN GABRIEL MOUNTAINS AND THE RAYMOND FAULT LINE. INTO THIS LAND OF SUNSHINE & WATER TANKS, OUR VERY OWN LITTLE KATHY FISCUS FELL...VICTIM.

6 comments:

Palm Axis said...

Palm Axis plans a future post on Kathy Fiscus and I suspect "dear visitors" that you will be enchanted and saddened by what I've discovered. If you should have information on the subject, please send me an e-mail at accesspalm@gmail.com.

Anonymous said...

I am curious about Kathy Fiscus, and also about the meandering twists and turns of Palm Axis' attention--how do you choose what to feature on the blog? Do you have a goal in mind?

Palm Axis said...

anonymous:
I call what I do Haiku blogging. I began at the end of the page. Each page is limited to five posts (entries). Each post allows up to five images. Within that frame, I present a condensed story around local history and places. I make use of arcane knowledge and humor.
I'm a meandering breed of Palm and I have no set goal to speak of.

Miss Havisham said...

This blog is a meditative experience for me.

Bex A. said...

I always enjoy walking through the land of Palm Axis. Mr A. has the master key to the counties waterways. Wouldn't that be a fun walk?

Things For Me, Stuff For You said...

Yes, but I am curious about a few other things. For example earlier this year parts of San Bernandino that had been on well water we put onto LA's supply because apparently a routine 5 year check found the supply tainted with dry cleaning chemicals. The source was never found. Much of the groundwater in San Fernando is unusable because it flows in from the east and heavy metals from smelting are leftover from the Kaiser steel mill. I do not know if the same is true here but it may be why the area is untapped.