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Discussion in 'Colorado Owners' started by asphaltburner, May 30, 2010.

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    TheFastForester Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Happy 4th, stay safe!
     
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    Mother Nature is sure being nice to us this year, in the way of moisture! More this evening.
    All have a great weekend!
    Todd.
     
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    90s here for awhile
     
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    Toasty, huh?! As nutchevy says, 90s for the next week, or so!
    Stay cool!
     
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    At least we got a Spring this year.
     
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    Jerry, you are ABSOLUTELY correct! Last year was terrible when Mother Nature shut the water off in mid-spring!
    We sure have a chunk of hot in store, though,...
    Watered 1/2 the pasture trees again, today. Other 1/2 tomorrow,...they're OK for just about a week.
    All have a great weekend!
     
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    So far, elms 14 and 0! Unfortunately, the RMjunipers are 21 and 8,...I'm pretty sure. I hope to keep it that way,...
    Big score for the year? 15 tiny RMjuniper seedlings in the flagstone walk's pea gravel! I've got most potted up.
    And the "mystery plant" is NOT a currant,...it has striped, green berries. Gooseberry!
    Heat for a couple more days, and then some cooler temps forecast. Hope to get the Camaro out.
    Hope your week goes well, everyone!
    Todd.
     
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    Not a bad score on the transplants A-B, at least we've had a year of decent moisture so far. I looked back on our old posts from a couple years ago but couldn't find anything...I thought we had ID'ed the currant as a gooseberry a while back. Whatever, they all taste good!
     
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    Oh,...I was hoping it might be the OTHER Ribes,...!!
    Looked like it might be, this spring,...with no thorns,...
    But NO,...you were right (I think our old communication was via email,...), gooseberry! Nice gooseberry, I must say,...
     
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    TOASTY!
     

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