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Re: Storms

On 5/25/2013 2:24 PM, Aplfgcnys@aol.com wrote:
Well, we certainly haven't had it as bad as other places, but the  stormy
weather seems to have reached us.  For the last two days we have  had
rain, wind, thunder and lightening, and today is not out of the 40s.   Now
I ask you does that sound like Memorial Day weather?  Usually the  local
swimming holes open for the season on this day.  My son was life  guard
for several years, and this was always his first day.
Oh well, at least growing things seem to like this most peculiar spring
weather.  I can't remember a more floriferous spring, even though it  has
been really warm and pleasant.  I was told it was the chilliest spring  on
Everything is blooming its head off.
Just one thing missing - chipmunks. Until this week I had not seen but
and usually we are overrun with them.  I have seem two this  week.  One had
been caught by the cat and was dangling from his mouth quite limply and
dead-looking.  When the cat sat down to lick his bottom, the chipmunk  was
gone in a flash.  They seem to have learned something from  possums.
Auralie Now, I don't care who you are, that's just plain funny!!!!


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