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RE: today


Yep- it was nasty hot... still is, even my dog made it to the door to
come back in before I did and she loves the outdoors :(

It was not a good garden rain, way to hard coming down (knocked some
plants down) and just ran off ... not the soaking rain we like...

If that helps any...

Donna

> 
> Hot doesn't begin to define it! I was dripping after just 5 minutes
> watering the containers. Wish that rain had dropped a little south...
> Cathy

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