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4 hours ago, JohnJ said:

& all of y'all know that's summer in the south!

Eldon, 98 and below 50% would be welcome around here!

Oh yea we know, that humidity is low for us and that temp is a couple few degrees above normal summertime. Just another reason to complain, looking forward to Nov to start to see a little change at night at least.

 

I think it explains some of the crazy in the South, and as you head further South like in Fla, it get's crazier, the sun is cooking peoples brains. :lol:

 

Now for the North all I can say is winters tend to freeze there brains, don't know what else could be making them odd to put it nicely? :huh:

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On 7/4/2019 at 4:57 AM, oldtimer said:

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This made my day! What a clever idea?!  😂

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This storm seemed to have brought a little humidity, almost nothing until last night and rain since.

 

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Just a tad humid outside.  Your inside number is nice. 41%. Your AC is doing a good job, it seems. 

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I could say "It's humid", but y'all would look at me funny.

45%... our temp is as high as Eldedn's r/h

we're looking at rain. can't say we will feel any. It almost got here yesterday. Sprinkles, wind and wet smell. The heavy rain got close... We watched it coming... then it went north. Just brushed us.

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I keep the inside part next to my computer which is in the kitchen. I think the temp is really a little lower but the humidity is probably close unless I'm cooking , the stove is about 5'-6' away. Not the best place but convenient for me, it's really to see what's going on outside anyway. 

 

I like your pictures, I love plants and had many houseplants at one time, just kind of got away from it. Just the garden outside is fine with me it's easier to deal with. Loved it so much we did landscaping for 20 years. The houseplant habit got so bad we had a greenhouse 30'x48' mostly filled, it got so crazy I burned myself out on it and gave them all away sticking with the garden.

 

I even gave the greenhouse to a friend, this was after it was empty but still there (in the background). In the foreground is some of the Japanese maples we collected, our favorite plant/trees. The are all planted in the garden now, that was a grand kid playing in the rain. 

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21 minutes ago, WillyBob said:

we're looking at rain. can't say we will feel any. It almost got here yesterday. Sprinkles, wind and wet smell. The heavy rain got close... We watched it coming... then it went north.

It started raining steadily yesterday, probably rain all day and tonight looking at the radar.

This is a pic from out a back window, the rain gauge says 3 3/4" since yesterday, this is looking at the back yard to the right side. Raised vegetable garden (with weeds) with the rain gauge on the end.

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2 minutes ago, dtel said:

It started raining steadily yesterday, probably rain all day and tonight looking at the radar.

This is a pic from out a back window, the rain gauge says 3 3/4" since yesterday, this is looking at the back yard to the right side. Raised vegetable garden (with weeds) with the rain gauge on the end.

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Making the grass grow and rising

your lake... thanks

Good for the ducks... Lol

 

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7 minutes ago, billybob said:

Making the grass grow and rising

When this stops and the sun comes out it will be time to cut the grass in a few days at the most. Being from Fla you know how that works.

 

9 minutes ago, billybob said:

Good for the ducks... Lol

Wild ducks and geese use the pond and back yard alot. We stopped buying baby Mallards because they would grow up and leave with the visiting ducks, or something would eat them before they grew up, they would just disappear from the group. 

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  Dtel,    Love that you have your own pond out back and all that space.  How close is your nearest neighbor?

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Sadly, do not have a bushhog here...😚

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45 minutes ago, Shiva said:

  Dtel,    Love that you have your own pond out back and all that space.  How close is your nearest neighbor?

To the back right about 1000' and across the street about 500'-700' to the left and much further in other directions.

 

41 minutes ago, oldtimer said:

They all moved away...

Not yet, but they are nice, we get along fine, the one to the back right is OK but his wife is just crazy, her husband don't even talk to her it seems but we never hear anything from them.

 

32 minutes ago, billybob said:

Sadly, do not have a bushhog here...😚

Me neither, but a 6' finishing mower get's used alot.

 

Shiva here is a pic to get an idea, just short of 6 acres.

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Whoa, a 1000 feet in some directions.  That is some serious elbow room. 👍  So many in this country,  would have no idea what that would be like to have so much space around their abode.  Nice ! 

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Thank you, we do like the privacy, we had always lived in subdivisions, and were lucky to have good neighbors, but this is much better. Been here over 20 years, couldn't live like we did before.

 

Posted pic rain gauge almost 2 hours ago at  3 3/4',  it's at 4 3/4" now, and this is off and on rain not steady.

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1 minute ago, dtel said:

We do like the privacy, we had always lived in subdivisions, and were lucky to have good neighbors, but this is much better. Been here over 20 years, couldn't live like we did before.

 

Posted pic rain gauge almost 2 hours ago at  3 3/4',  it's at 4 3/4" now, and this is off and on rain not steady.

So TS Barry I read here... enjoy the rest of weekend. That is right a lawn finishing mower. with your  trusty Kubota. Saw pics of before.

Only way to get that much done...sanely😊

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It does make it easier, I put a roof over it to stay out of the sun. But if i didn't need the tractor for other things a good zero turn can actually cut more acres per hour and would have been cheaper. But it's not going anywhere I love my tractor, and the older I get the more I love it, it can still move heavy things.

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Just now, dtel said:

It does make it easier, I put a roof over it to stay out of the sun. But if i didn't need the tractor for other things a good zero turn can actually cut more acres per hour and would have been cheaper. But it's not going anywhere I love my tractor, and the older I get the more I love it, it can still move heavy things.

Handy to have am sure like moving large Klipsch speaker arrays.  Lol

Could use it to pull out a cabbage Palm root...I'll get it done... lol

15 minutes ago, dtel said:

We do like the privacy, we had always lived in subdivisions, and were lucky to have good neighbors, but this is much better. Been here over 20 years, couldn't live like we did before.

 

Posted pic rain gauge almost 2 hours ago at  3 3/4',  it's at 4 3/4" now, and this is off and on rain not steady.

Rain and clouds the only thing keeping it somewhat tolerable around here. Oh, and the gulf breeze of course...place 20 minutes from here has fried mullet and swamp cabbage, cheese grits and hush puppies... You and Christy drop by sometime...they ha ve other fish so ... cool...lol

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