And what part of "Rural" and "Agricultural" did you not understand?
|Santa Rosa has is own personal low hanging fug these days. I'd like to say that I hadn't noticed it, myself, but .... I have definately noted the eau d'bovine. We have had fairly wet weather since early spring and it is encouraging the barnyard smell and the whining and complaining of the more recent transplants to Santa Rosa who moved here because of the lovely scenery. Those aren't stage props, those are cows and chickens. |
Smell that? It's fields slathered in manure
A rank odor reminiscent of manure-crusted cowboy boots has settled over Santa Rosa, reminding residents that this is still a farming county with cows and chickens.
The pervasive smell, which can hit from
Next thing you know there will be some ballot thingy discussing how, when, where farmers can do what they try do to, you know, FARM. Sometimes they pass, mostly they don't, because this IS a farming county.