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Re: Another Question/Elephant Ears

I've been hauling hose since March. I noticed they remodeled the city
offices when I paid my last water bill. I know I financed some of that
reconstruction. No break here yet, still high 90's day mid to upper 70's
night. And they said on the weather Friday looks like no rain the rest of
this month either. It's a miracle anything in my yard is still alive. Glad
to hear from you though.

 On 9/18/05, Marge Talt <mtalt@hort.net> wrote:
> > From: Pam Evans <gardenqueen@gmail.com>
> >
> > Marge! Good to hear from you. Besides busy, how are ya?
> ----------
> Thanks, Pam....I'm OK - majorly bone tired, but chuggin':-) Seem to
> have lost the summer tho' - do not know what happened to end of June,
> July and August except that they were hottern' the hinges of Hades
> and I hauled hoses when I could. Think I have added a new wing to
> the excessively large building housing our local water dept. Going
> thru' the chat messages, seems like most everybody but David has
> suffered from heat and drought this summer - that is until Katrina
> hit the Gulf Coast....we got virtually no rain from that one. Had
> hoped this spring that the summer would be another nice one, but
> nooooo, seems like we're heading back to the hot/dry pattern. Have
> been told the local farmer's almanac predicts a hard winter - colder
> than normal with snow by first of Dec...yuck! Well, there's always
> next year:-)
> Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
> mtalt@hort.net
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Pam Evans
Kemp TX
zone 8A

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