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Discussion in 'Homesteading Questions' started by donsgal, Apr 29, 2006.
:shrug: It's been raining for FOUR DAYS STRAIGHT. I'm starting to mildew.
I know what you mean. We got all the rain buckets out and tarped all the animals. tomorrow will be day three. Not complaining just observing.
Don't hurry with the ark plans, Donsgal. In the original version it had to rain thirty FEET per hour for 960 hours (40 days) to flood the Earth to the tops of mountains.
We've had a couple days of rain here in northern Arkansas too.
Four whole days??? Ahhhh....poor thing...sniff, sniff...
Buck up, girlie! If you wanna see rain, better come on up to the Pacific Northwet!!!
Kesoaps, when we were in the Pacific "Northwet" local folks told us that it only rains once a year -- from November to May.
While "trapped" in Washington finishing a contracted project into Fall we verified their statement. It took several days in the Desert Southwest to dry out after that.
Well I am sure it will help the 3 doz Iris My wife planted yesterday that I got from sidepasser at barter board get off to a good start.
Four days of rain is cause for notice? Apparently you have never been through a hurricane!
Or lived in the tropics
Sigh, wish it'd do that here....Prediction is the worst fire season ever......