Walking that woods way, I also got to pass through the fragrance of the chestnut flowers, still present. It seems to rise; I never catch it driving by below the chestnuts, but always when I'm walking the woods path above them. The railroad bed is like a cup full of that fragrance.
It will probably rain today. I thought I could see mist in the air--maybe it won't even rain, but water will materialize around us. Maybe we're underwater now and don't even know it. That's what it's like. I feel like I'm in an underwater land--but not sticky and hot: cool, very cool, and restful. Everything is blue-hued today (well... as of 7:30 am).