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Friday, July 26, 2013

1.60" Rain Last Night


12 comments:

  1. Congratulations on the rain. I'll bet your plants were as happy about it as you were.

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  2. Hurray, you got some much needed rain. I hope you are blessed with more.

    Have a lovely weekend ~ FlowerLady

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  3. Glad you got some rain... We have been where you are --but luckily for us, it's not this year. However, when drought comes, it's NO FUN for gardeners...

    SO---I'm sure you were thrilled to finally get some rain... Hope you get LOTS more.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  4. Oh, that is good news! Here's to full rain barrels!
    Hooray!!!
    :)

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  5. Here's a link to a blog that featured the cup plant that I wrote to you about.

    http://www.clayandlimestone.com/ Hope you find it interesting.

    Balisha

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  6. Wonderful!!! So glad you got a good soaking! (We did, too. I don't know how much, but it was a nice one and left everything looking quenched.)

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  7. About time....but that's a lot of rain:)

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  8. We had 1.75 too!! I couldn't believe we had that much rain! I didn't hear a thing after I went to bed. .it had just started raining then! Thank GOD for it!! Hoping for a little more this week!

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  9. Yeah, well, so far this month we've had .38 inch of rain for the month of July here in eastern Nebraska. The average is 3.95 for the month. So unless we get a bunch of rain in the next five days we will be a bit dry. I put about 90 gallons of water on my garden plants at the root level today.

    I hope we all get just the right amount of rain at the right time.

    Have a great day in the garden.

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  10. I know the garden is loving that!

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  11. Good news about the rain. Nice photo.

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  12. It is so nice to get rain. Your photo really expressed the freshness of the water. Good for you. Great photo.

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