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Re: Re: bringing the yard inside/ oil & gas

well I think the rain is stuck here..... although we are not having
massive storms... just rain, all day, all night, a few moments of
clearing and then back to them. Predicted till Wednesday morning.

Are you sure you are not doing that rain dance again Rich?!?


> Hey Ceres,
> That's just where I got my bulbs, the tulips and a bunch of Orienpets.
> They're all planted snug in their little beds.  Weather flash: change the
> rain possibility to just 20%.  This just in, pictures at 11.

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