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Re: where is everyone? / Outside

Hello Donna,
    Spend yesterday sowing seeds and setting the trays out to ride with the
weather. We received sprinkles late afternoon and the heavy rains and winds
set in around dinner time. No playing outside today... back to winter like
you have up there. Still plenty of seeds to sow, giving me a reason to watch
for that next warm day or two. We usually get a warming sometime the middle
to last of February... that is not far away.
    Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana

----- Original Message -----
From: "Donna " <justme@prairieinet.net>
> Well Gene, I don't expect to see anything for awhile. Rained most of the
> day. Mild temps... ok hot! After the cold weather we have gotten used to
> here. Supposed to start dropping and have a low of 8 tomorrow. Nothing
> like 40 to 8 degrees in less than 24 hours :(   Bad news for my
> plants... the snow all melted now, so they are wet and gonna freeze.
> Donna

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