The first thing that came to my mind when I read about the drought was “how the hell is this happening?”
The last few weeks of the year, the weather has been so dry that it’s not even clear where I am anymore.
“There are so many people in the community who are just waiting to get back into their lives,” said resident and local farmer Boboli.
Boboli’s wife, Susan, said the drought is impacting all of the families in the region, especially those with older children.
She said that it makes it hard for them to go out and see their kids, especially when they are on the weekends.
Susan also worries about the lack of rainfall, as the area is very dry.
But what’s driving the drought, Susan said, is the lack or lack of water.
For Boboli, it’s a combination of all of these things.
The drought is hitting his farm hard, as well.
As of this writing, Boboli said he is in a situation where his water supply is running low, which is causing the soil to collapse, causing the plants to die.
He said that the soil is falling off his farm, and it’s starting to break down the trees, making it harder for him to grow the plants.
This is just the latest example of the impact of the drought.
According to the Department of Agriculture, the number of days without rain in the past month was the worst in the history of the state.
Even before this drought started, there were already some communities that were struggling to survive.
During the drought in 2011, a small town in the state of Hawaii was forced to evacuate its entire population.
Hawaii’s state senate passed a bill that allows people in a county to relocate to another county if the water supply becomes more limited.
While Boboli believes that he and his family are in a position to survive, Susan says that the situation is going to get worse in the future.
When it comes to the cost of food, Susan also worries that her husband’s water supply will dry up and that he will lose all of his money to pay for it.
With the drought coming at the very time that he needs the most, Bobois family is getting worried.
One of the things that Boboli and his wife worry about most is the cost.
They worry about losing their home, and they worry about having to put the rest of their money away for food, and how long it will take them to pay off their mortgages.
On top of that, Bobolis wife also worries over the fact that he can’t see their grandchildren, who are only three years old.
And they are worried about the cost to their neighbors.
Residents in this part of the county say that it will be impossible to get the water to the homes that they live in.
Despite the fact they have a small business, Bobi said that she has had to move the water from the kitchen to the garage for her water system.
Although it will cost more money to fix the water problems that Boboises family has, Susan and Boboli are also concerned about the fact their neighbors are going to have to go without water.
“The water that we use for our garden is a really big part of our lives, and we really don’t want to lose it,” Susan said.
In a statement, the Department for Water Resources said, “The drought in Hawaii is the result of a combination for many factors, including weather conditions, drought severity, crop failure, and drought severity.
These factors and more are driving a range of impacts, including water demand and consumption.”
This year, Hawaii will be getting less rain.
We are expecting more rain and more droughts to occur in the coming months.
Read more about the water shortage in Hawaii here.