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Jul 28, 2017 2:59 PM CST
Weather always makes a good discussion point. Right now we have remnants of a tropical storm crossing the islands. Humidity near 70 and steady rain.
Thanks for your comments on my Blog.
I've been following your blog for years and it always makes good reading. You must have a large yard. Pictures would be nice of all those different names areas.
I printed out my blogs a short time ago and it really does become a history to look back on. I just wish I could find all the old ones I did on Daves Garden.
Keep up the good work.
Jul 29, 2017 9:20 AM CST
| Our weather for the past 2 days is steady rain, 100% humidity, temp is in the 60sF. It's a nice break from our usual late July/August weather: that's usually temps in the 90s-100, high humidity. It's a tough climate to garden in: extremes. We go from this to below 0F in the winter.
Yes, I have 2 acres. I actively "garden" probably about 1.5 acres. The top part of my property I've turned over to wildlife. It used to be a pasture, but now it's getting a lot of young trees on it.
I'm terrible about taking photos. I'm terrible with a camera. I finally got a phone that takes pics (my friend FORCED me to take her old phone *LOL*). I managed to take 3 pics (blurry, my thumb in one of them), now I can't figure out how to get them from the phone to my laptop. And I confess...I'm the type that, when it comes to technology, if I can't do it in one step, I lose interest. I can't even turn on the TV now. Seriously. You tell me I have to press 3 buttons on a remote and forget it. Too much trouble. *HA>*
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