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RE: rain everywhere but Texas


Just heard on our local news that there is a storm in OK and northern
Texas... actually may cancel our wildflower hike tomorrow night due to
the rain from this storm... hope it heads your way instead of mine!

Donna
Who is still soggy from the last storm!

> Well I just got an e-mail from the folks in Bear Creek PA. 6 1/4
inches
> of rain in 17 hours. Thank God they have pumps in the basement. Now
why
> can't some of that come in THIS direction??
> 
> 
> man!!
> 
> --
> Pam Evans
> Kemp TX/zone 8A

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