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RE: now Pam drought

Oh man... that is not good Pam...

Wishing , hoping and praying.... 


> -----Original Message-----
> OK this is getting ridiculous. Still no rain in the ten day forecast.
> We've never had drought last until Thanksgiving. Rich buddy - start
> dancing.
> Everyone else, cross your fingers, pray or something. I heard today
> (scuttlebutt at the PO) that the lake is so low, that the feeder pipes are
> in danger of being uncovered. That means no water for the whole town. This
> would not be a good thing. Not at all. You can wade across most of the
> lakes
> here and you don't have to be Moses to do it.

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