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Pam and those who garden in the high temp zone.... 

I have no idea how you survive! It has been hot and muggy here for the
last few days. The only thing I could do is water and that was trying.
Yesterday the heat index was well over 100 degrees.

Only got a small sprinkle of rain this am, no storms or need water.
Finally the temps are back to normal and the humidity is down. So to
those east of me- relief is on the way!:)

I seen on the tv that Minn and Wisc got hit with some very bad storms in the last few days... hope all are ok..


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