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Re: Re: WEATHER!! Now tornados

Pam: Try horrible winters and tornados! And at least hurricanes tend to
give you a lot of warning that they are coming...and I know we have
improved warning systems nowadays, but tornados being what they
are...can't always predict 'em...sometimes they just come out of
nowhere! I've long since gotten used to the idea of living in Iowa where
tornado season is a just a fact of life, but they still have the power
to make me move awful fast when they are nearby!

Melody, IA (Z 5/4)

"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious."    
--Albert Einstein

 --- On Thu 04/22,  < gardenqueen@academicplanet.com > wrote:
From:  [mailto: gardenqueen@academicplanet.com]
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date: Thu, 22 Apr 2004 17:26:20 -0500
Subject: Re: Re: [CHAT] WEATHER!! Now tornados

Fact of life. Just like horrible winters up North and hurricanes on
the<br>Coasts. Becomes just part of the routine. I don't like 'em but
not<br>afraid of them either. They're fascinating to watch, provided
they<br>aren't heading straight for you.<br><br><br>Pam Evans<br>Kemp,
TX<br>zone 8A<br>----- Original Message -----<br>From: james
singer<br>Sent: 4/22/2004 3:37:55 PM<br>To:
gardenchat@hort.net<br>Subject: Re: [CHAT] WEATHER!! Now
tornados<br><br>> When I worked for the federal prison system, I went to
El Reno once <br>> about a week after a tornado had torn it apart. As a
California kid, I <br>> was horrified by what I saw. I'd lived through
earthquakes in <br>> California and a hurricane in Florida by then, but
I'd never seen such <br>> damage before. Really scary. Just the thought
of living there gave me <br>> the collywobbles. I don't know how you
guys do it.<br>> <br>> <br>> On Thursday, April 22, 2004, at 09:37 AM,
Jesse Bell wrote:<br>> <br>> > Tornadoes - not in our town, but close
by. We lost a BIG Pin Oak in our<br>> > yard, hail, heavy rain and
winds. My iris were just beginning to bloom<br>> > and my bridal bouquet
spirea was heavy with flowers...now they look<br>> > pitiful. Another
storm is supposed to move in tonight. Only a true<br>> > gardener would
lay awake at night praying for your gardens to be<br>> > spared...but
you know, after waiting all winter long for some color and<br>> >
life...it just hurts to watch your plants and flowers be destroyed
in<br>> > seconds flat.<br>> ><br>> ><br>> >
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