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Re: Laundry list

Good Lord Ceres, did you survive the night? I think I would go insane, which
is why I live in hurricane country instead.

Hope everything's OK.

Andrea H
Beaufort, SC

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Saturday, May 22, 2004 10:03 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Laundry list

> In a message dated 5/22/04 4:44:46 PM, jsinger@igc.org writes:
> <<  I don't know what triggers
> stephanotis to bloom.  >>
> Jim, how much do your fertilize?
>     Another night of tornadoes only tonight they are all round us.
> on TV but storm tracking.  They are popping up all over, coming from the
> in waves.  A series of clouds pass, followed by others. Our sirens have
> off four times, just finishing again.  Unbelieveable!  My computer is in
> basement and I also have the a TV so I am where I should be. My husband,
> will not go to the basement.
>     Last night lots of damage NW of us, many homes destroyed, one small
> community wiped out.
>     Sample TV coverage is  'Stuart, brace for heavy disturbance will hit
in 2
> seconds. '  3 systems are in the area at the current moment and flash
> flooding is occurring.  Ames, home of Iowa State Univ., is having severe
>     Our sirens are going off again.  Just rcd a call from my daughter who
> lives abour 23 miles north of us and near Ames, had baseball size hail.
> have put some in the freezer.  A lady just called in to the tv station and
> said the hail was so big it broke many of their windows out of their home.
> people are 'storm chasers' following the storms and report from their cars
> the roads.  Police and fire fighters move to the outer limits of the city
> watch and alert.
>     Ceres
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