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Re: Storms
gardenchat@hort.net

that is funny.  smart chipmunk.


On Sat, May 25, 2013 at 8:14 PM, Rich Apking <redfour@omni-tech.net> wrote:

> On 5/25/2013 2:24 PM, Aplfgcnys@aol.com wrote:
>
>> Well, we certainly haven't had it as bad as other places, but the  stormy
>> weather seems to have reached us.  For the last two days we have  had
>> rain, wind, thunder and lightening, and today is not out of the 40s.   Now
>> I ask you does that sound like Memorial Day weather?  Usually the  local
>> swimming holes open for the season on this day.  My son was life  guard
>> for several years, and this was always his first day.
>>   Oh well, at least growing things seem to like this most peculiar  spring
>> weather.  I can't remember a more floriferous spring, even though it  has
>> not
>> been really warm and pleasant.  I was told it was the chilliest spring  on
>> record.
>> Everything is blooming its head off.
>>   Just one thing missing - chipmunks.  Until this week I had not seen  but
>> one,
>> and usually we are overrun with them.  I have seem two this  week.  One
>> had
>> been caught by the cat and was dangling from his mouth quite limply and
>> dead-looking.  When the cat sat down to lick his bottom, the chipmunk  was
>> gone in a flash.  They seem to have learned something from  possums.
>>   Auralie
>>       Now, I don't care who you are, that's just plain funny!!!!
>>
>>
>>  I
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