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Re: rain & weather

Bless your heart, Auralie, thank you!...I hope I am back...still have
a load on the plate, but am assuming I can manage it; we shall see:-)

Sorry to find you've got Lyme - my stepson has it and it's a brute
when it comes back.  

Also sorry about the drought up your way.  I don't think farmers are
in quite as bad a state here as we had such a wet spring.  Actually
about on par for rain for the year tho' the last few months have been
really dry - but it's not universal dry as some areas have had major
rain and some (where I am) have not.  But trees are starting to show
suffering and my garden's sure dry, despite the major amount of water
I've thrown at it.

 I was sure hoping that the pattern had shifted to normal wet after
the last 2 summers - hope it's not going back to the 5 years of
drought we've barely recovered from!

I keep talking to Ma Nature but the old broad just don't pay me no

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Aplfgcnys@aol.com
> So good to see you back, Marge.  I had been concerned about
> you, and missed your pithy comments.
> We're a couple of zones north of you, but the drought here has
> been brutal.  Since I'm on a well and don't dare run sprinklers,
> I usually try to carry water, but this summer I've been struggling
> with a recurrence of Lyme disease so haven't been able to
> do too much of that.  Things look pretty sad except for my
> container garden in the breezeway.  Most years we expect to
> get some relief in the late summer and fall from hurricanes, 
> but in this year of the most hurricanes ever we have had no
> benefit from them.  We've had no more than an inch of rain
> all summer.
> When we drove out to the Buffalo area last week for a State
> Garden Club meeting - Gene Bush was the highlight of that 
> meeting - it was sad to see fields of corn that had not grown
> more than about three feet high, and were just brown.  I know
> farmers across the state are hurting.  They always give away
> apples at this meeting - another big local product - and the
> apples given at this meeting were only about half the size 
> they usually are.  Sad.  
> Anyway, welcome back.  Here's hoping your life is getting a
> bit easier.
> Auralie
> Zone 5 - Hudson Valley

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