It has been a hot and dry summer here in Wisconsin. Everyone but especially our farmers are concerned about their crops, live stock and the seeds they are growing for next years crops. Living in Northeastern Wisconsin we are blessed with lots of lakes and rivers plus seventeen named waterfalls. (You can even get a map and take a self guided tour by car to see the falls, but it takes an entire day to visit them all.) Not only are the falls beautiful to visit and paint but their streams feed rivers that then produce our hydroelectricity for our communities. Today our electrical and crop concerns have been minimized since it is finally raining on the land and into the streams so the waterfalls are rushing once again. The sound of the rushing water over the rocks is oh so sweet. I hope all of our other Wisconsin Counties receive rain today as well.