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    Would some one send some wet stuff to North of Rock Springs, mainly the Eden Wyo area, PPPLLLEEEEAAASSSEEE??????
    If we don't get enough water to get the grass to grow on the grazing allotment, my brother in law will probably end up having to sell his cows.
    No feed for the summer means no cows.
    Wyo-Blizzard

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    Byron, send your water truck to me. The horse pasture across the street has geese swimming in it and most of my back yard is under water. Better hurry though as the county drain is running full and rapidly carrying it off to Crockery Creek.
    No one is making more water. Use what we have wisely.

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    Snow on the ground at Big Hole Pass (7300') and 41 degrees, on the way to Jackson Hot Springs.

    Regards,
    Scott

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    Quote Originally Posted by Byron Zuehlsdorff View Post
    No feed for the summer means no cows.
    Sounds like the Moo Cow Blues! I hope you get the water you need. We had a warm wet winter and Lake Lanier, from whence my water comes and my trout fishing, is full after being 10 -12 ft. down last year.
    It's easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled. Mark Twain

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    We haven't been able to catch a break around here. Still about 2 feet of snow. Saturday morning it was -14. Winter is starting to loose it's charm!

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    greeted this morning with a little dusting










    at 17 degrees the propane stove went belly up so broke out the Supercat; 5 minutes later and coffee was a go



    Regards,
    Scott

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    S'posed to be upper 80s to low 90s next couple days
    ‎"Trust, but verify" - Russian Proverb, as used by Ronald Reagan

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