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Saturday, September 25, 2010

Rain, glorious rain!

At this point, this is better than a Monet!

At least 1.5" since 6 a.m. and it continues...




Text and photos by Phillip Oliver, Dirt Therapy

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13 comments:

  1. Wonderful! It's supposedly coming our way too, nice and steady, just what we need (no rain in our area of NC for almost 6 weeks) but I'm not seeing much movement heading east on the radar map right now.

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  2. Please, when you are done with it, may we have what is left over?

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  3. We haven't gotten nearly that much in Tupelo but I'm SO appreciative for what we have gotten! It's been a difficult summer for my plants!

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  4. Nothing compares to a Monet, Phillip, but getting much needed rain is pretty darn close.

    Send some on up our way, won't ya ? A pretty dry August and September here.

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  5. Congratulations, now please send some of it down to Birmingham!

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  6. I am so happy for you!! Your garden will look so perky in the morning. I am just green with envy. It has cooled down here by about 20 degrees but still no rain. Seeing this makes me hopeful.

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  7. How fabulous! Hope it gets to my garden before the well goes dry.
    Also some cooler temps would be welcome.
    xs

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  8. Yes, we finally got rain, too. I can hardly believe how quickly the plants revived with the first rain shower.

    Jan
    Always Growing

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  9. I feel the same way Philip and could use a bit of rain here, too.

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  10. It is raining here, too! After 92 days of 90+ degrees and only .13" of rain in September!

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  11. I would like to borrow that painting too! Enjoy!

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  12. The rain finally reached Birmingham today! We sure needed it. It has also ushered in some cooler temps!!!!!

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