Bledsoe Banter

January 20th, 2016:

I hope you all had a great finish to 2015 and 2016 is treating you well.  I will keep this post short, but I think the information is valuable.  Are you prepared for drought?  How are you preparing?  Who is advising you regarding such decisions?  Do you trust them enough to truly advise you on such things?  I believe those are some serious questions that we in the Western and Southern Plains need to be analyzing.  If you have been reading my long range forecast information, you know why.  Myself and a few others have some big plans to expand the services I offer on this website and could involve a potential merger.  I want to be a part of a team that you can trust when making such decisions.  Not just trust for a year or so and not think about it again, but trust for as long as your weather interests are relevant.  Water and weather go hand in hand, and many that utilize both as tools in their tool box are not utilizing them efficiently.  We want to change that for you…stay tuned!

 

2 comments on “Bledsoe Banter
  1. monte shoaf says:

    you know that comment like what you are posting can get you in a bit of hot water. You have very valid questions and statements. When are the American People going to wake up?

    Great presentation in Trinidad. I am the one from Monte Vista. look forward to reading your information and comments.

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