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    The Hills are under a winter weather advisory. 6" of snow expected.

    Just when you think you're done with that fluffy white stuff...

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    Had Betty planned a fishing trip to the Black Hills for Mother's Day?

    Ed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed_D View Post
    Had Betty planned a fishing trip to the Black Hills for Mother's Day?

    Ed
    Why would Betty be going to the Black Hills? Oh, wait. It if prime GOLF CHUB fishing time, isn't it!

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    BigDan,

    Just think, all that late snow has made it so you don't have to mow the grass until late into May. I have already had to mow at least a dozen times.

    Larry ---sagefisher---

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    Quote Originally Posted by sagefisher View Post
    BigDan,

    Just think, all that late snow has made it so you don't have to mow the grass until late into May. I have already had to mow at least a dozen times.

    Larry ---sagefisher---
    I wish... but I haven't done it a dozen times

    The front yard finally got mowed a week and a half ago. The back yard is beginning to look jungle-esque.

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    Well .... how 'bout that means you don't have to WATER your yard for a bit longer?? Makes for better stream water conditions too!
    Hopefully, I'll be seeing those conditions the end of this month ..... Creek Chubs fear me!
    Trouts don't live in ugly places.

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    Don't look back, we ain't goin' that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Betty Hiner View Post
    <snip>..... Creek Chubs fear me!
    Not nearly as much as Cheez-Its fear you.
    How about Lakota Cutthroat Trout(s). Do THEY fear you?

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    BigDan,

    I found the problem, look at the second word in your location. Dakota, Yanktonai word, means summer comes in July. Man, I cannot imagine cold weather this late, I planted watermelon and cantaloupe yesterday and plan to put in tomato plants this week. I think the !@#$% rabbits ate my broccoli plants already.
    It's easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled. Mark Twain

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    It is snowing up here in the northwest also. Cottonwood snow. The trees are dumping the white stuff like crazy.

    Larry ---sagefisher---

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    Well,,, good old Wyoming, roads were closed, snow again, but Rock Springs and Farson, Eden got very little moisture. Traci and I were in Omaha, NE this weekend, Rain, tornado watches, rain, more rain, etc. When we got home last night, there is a quarter of an inch in the rain guage in our back yard. The ranch, HOPEFULLY got that much to help the grazing allotment grass for this summer. I still haven,t figured out how to get more water out here for the prairie, desert. The last time I did a rain dance, the rain gods dropped a LITTLE bit but it was like they were laughing their heads off, and it did not smell like rain!!
    Wyo-Blizzard

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