From The Mountain
Mark J. Tidwell
We’re in the midst of the fabled Dog Days of Summer. According to the almanac, they set in on July the third and will run through Aug. 11. These are supposedly the 40 hottest days of the year, a time when the ancients noted that Sirius the Dog Star rose and set in conjunction with our sun. The two stars supposedly combine their heat to make the earth extra sweaty, according to the Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans.
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