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DavidBarkey wrote: Sun Sep 17, 2023 6:12 am If Lee remains a Major storm , it will cost more than six million to clean up that fore sure man.
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Lee shouldn’t be The Fall Guy for all of it! Maybe Lindsey Wagner would help. With her bionic power it would be cleaned up fast! :rofl:
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So it’s wet here today. Hurricane Lee has moved out. It was not as bad as predicted, so no damage or trees down. That’s so good. But still had the worry and ya have to prepare the best you can wether its bad or not. In some cases, like this one, it’s a good thing the weather forecasters are wrong. Any way, I’m alright, hehe. Just like the gopher on Caddy Shack.
Thanks for your concern on this hurricane.


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propane1 wrote: Sun Sep 17, 2023 10:31 am So it’s wet here today. Hurricane Lee has moved out. It was not as bad as predicted, so no damage or trees down. That’s so good. But still had the worry and ya have to prepare the best you can wether its bad or not. In some cases, like this one, it’s a good thing the weather forecasters are wrong. Any way, I’m alright, hehe. Just like the gopher on Caddy Shack.
Thanks for your concern on this hurricane.


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FFFfrost in the yard this morning :cuss: :moo: :pig: :bee: :52: :51: :snail: not happy about it es well .
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DavidBarkey wrote: Wed Sep 20, 2023 7:14 am FFFfrost in the yard this morning :cuss: :moo: :pig: :bee: :52: :51: :snail: not happy about it es well .
Frost already! I got home from Ore. last night and it was 55 degrees. Not ready for frost yet. :O A friend of mine use to say, “when the frost is on the pumpkin, thats the time for dinky dunkin.” ;) :peace: Harry
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Ah... but a couple of good hard frosts = No Mosquitoes :thumbsup:
Then we can get on with fall colours, pumpkin spice everything and keep fingers crossed for a long, mild autumn - still so much stuff to do... :headbash: :pullhair: Wah! Where has summer gone? Every year it seems to by go faster and faster :rolleyes:
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Hibrrrrrnation is going to happen soon. !!!! I’m with you Gerry. Hopefully that’s what happens. I too, have many things to do. Wood, grass, service a ton of tractors. Dig potatoes, weed whacking, attachments ready for winter, the ones I use and don’t use. And who knows what else will come along.

Short why me ramble.

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propane1 wrote: Wed Sep 20, 2023 5:18 pm Hibrrrrrnation is going to happen soon. !!!! I’m with you Gerry. Hopefully that’s what happens. I too, have many things to do. Wood, grass, service a ton of tractors. Dig potatoes, weed whacking, attachments ready for winter, the ones I use and don’t use. And who knows what else will come along.

Short why me ramble.

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I thought I was the only one who hasn't dug the potatoes out :78:
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Little to warm here yet to dig and store them here. But they’ve gotta be done soon just for my peace of mind. But can’t store in sorta warm weather. Balancing act. Some of my trouble is, I sorta lost interest in growing potatoes. Or any thing. This years potatoes were planted because I had left over ones from the year before. So those only made one row. So what ever I get out of this years row. There won’t be any left for next year to plant. :thumbsup: Strange how things change. I’ve gone from planting way to many, 1200 pounds one year, to I doubt I’ll get 50 pounds this year.

There now, a potatoe ramble. :D


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I haven’t dug my potatoes out either. :O Oh! I don’t have any potatoes to dig. :106: That’s my no potatoes to dig ramble. :78: :78: :78: :peace: Harry
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