Living the life of gardening high on the low spot of a
North Carolina mountaintop.
Heaven's tears to replenish. Spring will be beautiful this yr. Due to get rather cool by Wed. May try to get up the sticks in my back yard tomorrow--They pick up on Wed.
Lola , Heaven is sobbing uncontrollably right now.
Hi Christopher!Looks like lots of rain and fog! Good time to get some indoor winter projects done. Hope it eases up soon.Siria
Pretty much non-stop rain Siria. It may end Wed. followed by snow on Thursday.
Keep your snow on that side of the mountain. We have had 2.40 inches since last evening and it is still raining. The creeks, and I will bet, the river also, are really full. I found some wet straw to cover the daffodils that are about 2-3 days from blooming. I hope I can save them.
So akamai to have carbonized the unneeded data, as it is now being eluted nicely into the soil! We are in for about a week of 30's-40's, no rain or wind in sight. so I think I'll emulate your example.
Rain and ice here...flooding, too. I am ready for cold weather and sunshine.
Dianne your daffodils are way ahead of ours. I looked again today and there are more popping up, but no where near blooming.Barry it was a touch windy for burning, but everything is so wet from all the rain there wasn't much risk. With ten acres now you will be collecting plenty rubbish.Gail rain, flooding, the ice and snow will cometh.
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