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Re: How's everybody doing?
gardenchat@hort.net
  • Subject: Re: How's everybody doing?
  • From: Zemuly Sanders <zemuly@comcast.net>
  • Date: Thu, 7 Nov 2013 08:48:56 -0600

I haven't had a frost yet, and I'm still picking peppers and tomatoes.
The gum trees have changed color, but my gingkos are just beginning to
show yellow at the very top. I'm expecting we will gave a frost in the
near future. It's wonderful to hear from everybody. p


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> On Nov 6, 2013, at 9:41 PM, Patricia Dickson <pdickson53@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> I am so glad to hear from everyone too! We have made some big changes in
> our lives. We sold our home with 2 acre gardens in western Oklahoma and
> have recently bought a house in Rockport, Texas! The house we are
> already remodeling and I am trying to figure out gardening here along
> the coast in the sand! The lot has nothing but 150+ live oak trees on
> it, and some grass. The deer eat everything but I am learning what they
> don't eat until they are really hungry!! They ate my beautiful hibiscus
> the first night!
> 
> A really big surprise was when our son, who lived in Golden, Co
> interviewed for a job in Denver & they kept sending him to Omaha,
> Wichita, Ks, centennial, Co and then offered him a job in Lake Jackson,
> Tx! 3 hours from us!! Isn't it amazing in how God works in our lives!
> 
> I miss the season changes with the fall color but there are beautiful things here too, just different!
> Tricia
> 
>> On Nov 6, 2013, at 8:31 AM, Aplfgcnys@aol.com wrote:
>> 
>> This is just amazing!  I woke up this morning thinking about this  group, 
>> and
>> decided that I would post some thoughts just to see if anybody was still  
>> out
>> there - and VOILA! here you are.  I have missed this group.  It's  so good 
>> to
>> hear from you.  I know, I know - Facebook is where everyone is, but I  just
>> don't have the patience for all that.
>> 
>> This has been a most unusual late summer and fall.  We had cool  weather
>> in August - one night even down into the 40s. It has been cool since  then, 
>> and we have had a few light frosts, but still no real cold.  The net  tells 
>> us
>> that this has been the driest October in 50 years, and I believe it.   Our 
>> pond
>> is just down to a puddle.  In the 43 years we have lived here, I have  never
>> seen it so low.  
>> 
>> Despite all that, and who knows, perhaps because of some of it, the  colors
>> this fall have been magnificent and longer lasting than I can  remember.  
>> The

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