July 10, 2019

 (Cyndie Koopsen)

According to the Farmer's Almanac, "We often hear about the 'dog days' of summer but few know what the expression means. Some say that it signifies hot sultry days 'not fit for a dog,' others suggest it’s the weather in which dogs go mad. The Dog Days of Summer describes the most oppressive period of summer, between July 3rd and August 11th each year. But where d...

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