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RE: Weather

Well Kitty....

It is supposed to go back into the high 50's low 60's here starting tomorrow
after raining (read storming) tonight... so far, no rain, but my bones say,
yep, going to soon.....

And the ground is still wet here.... 

> Well, here we are in our 3rd straight 80 degree day and no sign of rain.
> It
> is unbearably dry.  I have never had to water in April but when I went
> home
> at lunch, a beautiful Pulmonaria in semi shade was lying prostrate, so I
> gave in and turned the sprinkler on for the next 3 hours.  It's an
> oscillator; the quickest, easiest solution.  I haven't yet laid out the
> watering system for this year.  Geez, last year I only used it 2 or 3
> times - it was such a wet year.  I'm afraid this dry spring may be an
> omen.
> Kitty'

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