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Wouldn't it be nice of old Ma Nature could find it in her heart to be
just a bit more even-handed with her weather.  It's either all or
nothing at all.  I'm so glad you're getting water from the sky, but
do wish it wasn't accompanied by torrential downpour and high winds
and hail...NOBODY needs hail; hate hail!

"But the flooding from the street down the driveway and into the back
yard has to be
re-directed. "

So, Pam, what's your driveway made out of?

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: gardenqueen@academicplanet.com
> We had another humdinger here last night! 5" of rain in about 2 1/2
> hours - 50-60 mph winds. Been cleaning up all morning. Jesse - tell
> - MORE rocks please. That last load did a good job but there are
still a
> few places I get washout. No storm drains here, so when the streets
> flood, the yards flood and my driveway turns into a river. And
> vehicle that goes by sends tidal waves into your yard. I've done a
> pretty good job w/ raised beds and rocks placed to divert the flow
> considering my major was history and not civil engineering. Anyone
> from Noreen or Scottie? My power went off around 8pm last night and
> didn't come back until 3am or so, so couldn't get any news here.
> darlin' - pour yourself a glass of tea and take a little break from
> rain dancing for a week or two! We sure needed this though, just
not the
> wind and hail.

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