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Re: Weather

Seems like a great time to move- get the heck out of dodge before they 
get to Zachariah!  What a year.


hodgesaa@earthlink.net wrote:

>Rita? CRAP! Why did I have to pick this time of year to move? And it's been
>hot as blue blazes here as well. 90's and humid. ICK! I am SO looking
>forward to Illinois. 
>Andrea H
>Beaufort, SC
>>[Original Message]
>>From: james singer <islandjim1@verizon.net>
>>To: Garden Chat <gardenchat@hort.net>
>>Date: 9/18/2005 2:39:13 PM
>>Subject: [CHAT] Weather
>>This past week has sure been one of crappy weather. Hot and hazy. I 
>>guess it's tropical depression 18 [can you believe it? TD 18! but of 
>>course there's no proof of tropical warming, spake the Great God 
>>Exxon-Mobile, and all the rapacious oil and coal companies and their 
>>political toadies nodded and said "Amen"].
>>Daylight savings doesn't help. The sun doesn't come up these days until 
>>nearly 7:20 AM, then the haze keeps it in a kind of superheated 
>>twilight until mid-afternoon.
>>Have to say, however, that Ms. Fatma's Caribbean Red papaya seems to 
>>like this weather. It now has seven fruits in various stages of 
>>development and more setting daily. This is an amazing tree. It was 
>>less than a foot tall when we planted it in late spring; it's now at 
>>least 6 feet tall and flowering and fruiting like mad. Makes me wonder 
>>if it couldn't be grown as an annual in a few zones north of here. 
>>Maybe Holli, even, could add one to her tropical garden; it's also an 
>>attractive tropical plant.
>>Island Jim
>>Southwest Florida
>>27.0 N, 82.4 W
>>Hardiness Zone 10
>>Heat Zone 10
>>Minimum 30 F [-1 C]
>>Maximum 100 F [38 C]
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