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    asphaltburner Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Dead dry spring with lots of Millers,...
    Awfully warm for early June. Great pandemic!
     
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    RAIN today and snow in the mountains.
     
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    A bit late for a 'spring like' storm! First significant rain in a while.
    Big wind and rain up here,...baby birds are hangin' on for dear life!
     
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    Hmmm,...as I suspected. First I've experienced in my 50 years on the front range, and first we've had out here, at our place, in the 35 years that we've been here!
    Looks like most of the foliage and baby birds did pretty well riding it out,...sure had some gusts! Man!
     
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    Anybody else getting inundated with miller moths lately? They have taken over in the shop, sucking the linden flowers out front. A few robins are doing what they can, but they're getting fat. They need to move on up to the higher elevations pronto!
     
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    They've JUST moved on in the past two days, up here.
    Pretty bad batch of 'em, this year! Now I'm washing my cars/trucks one by one,...cleaning garage windows, etc,...
    Lots of fat robins with lots of healthy babies,...!
    Dry spring this year, too (thus, the Millers),...but rather than 'cutting the water off' after the spring rains, it seems that Mother Nature is providing occasional rains, so far. Good thing,...I've got a total of 59 plantings in our two pastures now! Looking good, too!
    All have a good Sunday! Stay healthy!
     
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    Every one have a good and safe 4th.
     
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    TOASTY!!
    Stay healthy and safe, everyone!
    Try to stay cool!
     
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    Hope all yinz are staying safe & undamaged with the hail so far this year.

    We got clobbered out on base the other day (I was in the Subaru not the Camaro), a LOT of hail damaged vehicles will heading to the auctions in the coming months.
     

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