Re: weather rock
Donald R Izard (dizard@ACSU.BUFFALO.EDU)
Tue, 9 Jun 1998 09:50:04 -0400
You COULD check the weather Rock WEBSITE ! :)
Kudos to whoever set it up: Love the ROCK cam!
This rock is the perfect weather indicator and it
never fails. It is more accurate than your local
weather person. This rock is the living word and
is 100% correct. This is how it works:
a dry rock means fair weather.
a wet rock means it's raining.
a dusty rock means a dust storm.
a swaying rock means it's windy.
a shadow under the rock means it's sunny.
a white rock means it's snowing.
if the rock is jumping up and down, an
earthquake is upon us.
if the bottom of the rock is under water it's a flood.
if the rock is gone - tornado!
most beautiful of all, though the rock is not
attached to its' existence, it doesn't mind which
of the above is happening.
On Mon, 8 Jun 1998, dennis lehman wrote:
> I need the "instructions" for telling the weather from the "weather
> rock" for an upcoming cub day camp. I remember that it is raining if
> the rock is wet and it is snowing if the rock is white. I know there
> are several other weather observations that can be made with the rock.
> Thanks for any help anyone can provide.
> Rayanne Lehman, Committee Chairperson
> Troop 56, Palmyra PA
> PA Dutch Council, Horse Shoe Trail District
> "I used to be a beaver..."
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City