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RE: Rain - a little

Well it tried to sprinkle.... keep washing, need my cars and trucks to


> My back aches just thinking about all that work on the pond!  Great
> fertilizer for the other parts of the garden!  Now of course you
> realize you will not see rain the rest of the summer.  When you didn't
> want it - tons, now you do - none will show!  Will try a rain dance, =
> wash the car, windows and that will ususally bring it on!

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