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Post Posted: May 21, 2019 10:25 am 
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Rain would be nice , don't have to shovel rain . Hopefully rain will come and keep pine pollen effects down to a dull roar ! Keep it moist for fire season . Love the picture JM


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Rain would be nice , don't have to shovel rain . Hopefully rain will come and keep pine pollen effects down to a dull roar ! Keep it moist for fire season . Love the picture JM


I waded home in shoulder deep rain water when we lived in the south. I don't mind the snow, it rarely gets deep inside our present house.


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Post Posted: May 21, 2019 4:36 pm 
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"Colorado Springs got a record-breaking 12.9" of snow. Multiple spin-outs on I-25." :rof laughing:
Sorry, I'm getting hysterical from cabin fever. It's not funny.


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Rak : If your shoulder deep in rain water, in the South that would a Gully Washer !


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Rak : If your shoulder deep in rain water, in the South that would a Gully Washer !

Actually, that would be a toad-strangler.

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14 inches rain in 9 hours. The following year we moved to Colorado!


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Snowing AGAIN up here. Coming down pretty hard and there's more than an inch on outdoor cold surfaces. :O(
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Should I plant snow peas and broccoli or tomatoes? What a bummer.


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Should I plant snow peas and broccoli or tomatoes? What a bummer.

Snow peas of course! :snowflake: :cold:


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With the pattern we are in maybe this will be the first June with measurable snowfall in many years!


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P.S. About shoveling rain...Last year I had a freaking flash flood on my property thanks to PC putting a culvert at the top of it. I spent all summer shoveling dirt, rocks, tree branches, wallboard, beer bottles, and even a tire off the resulting mound of debris piled up around my car--and using it to fill in the three-foot-deep trench in my driveway. The flood cascaded like a fountain off my steps and filled an entire big trashcan with debris, too. Please, God, I really would like to garden this summer.


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June 20th, 2011 was the last measurable snow in June, and before that June 2003.

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