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RE: hum....now weather...

Well it is darn cold here tonight and going to get worse. They are talking a
high of 45 on Saturday, so you know what the low will be...burrrrrrrrr Of
course this is due my early start of uncovering plant beds since it has been
in the 80's... now I will probably loose everything!

Still raining sporadically here...no major downpours, but doubt my ground
can handle anymore water.


> I watered every bed yesterday.  So we finally got some rain.  Not a lot,
> but
> some.  So I checked weather.com again and they've done quite a turn around
> on the 10 day forecast.  It had been all highs/lows  60s/40s, no rain.
> Now
> it's highs 50s-60s/ lows 29-40s, possible rain every day.  All because I
> finally broke down and watered.
> Kitty

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