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Re: RE: tornadoes and plant updates

After a very dry winter, we also are getting hit. Water in places I have
never seen before. Last 12 ft of yard are literally underwater. Had hail
twice this week, and normally it only happens once every 3 years or so

I hope all of you are safe from the terrible storms. The pictures shown on TV here, well.... said a prayer for those involved... 


> So sorry we can't share our rain with you.  We have flooding...water is
> over the docks on the lakes in my area, holding back more water from
> Chattanooga, which is flooding ($7 million damage and 1,600 evacuated) . 
> The Smoky Mountain Nation Park had to close most roads and campsites due to
> flooding and Townsend and Walland has considerable damage. When you walk on
> the ground, it is like walking on wet sponges...largest rainfall since 1973
> and possibly more  today.   
> Bonnie Zone 6+ ETN
> holmesbm@usit.net

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