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Jerrymac
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« on: March 03, 2008, 10:37:10 AM »

Yes, Really! It is snowing horizontally today. I look out the window towards the highway which is about 250 feet from the house, and I see the little snow flakes there coming right at me, appearing  bigger as they get closer. We almost always get snow in March. Here is a little of what it was doing last night

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       (cst)       MPH

03   08:53   N 29 G 40                      
03   07:53   N 26 G 35                   
03   06:53   N 24 G 36               
03   05:53   N 25 G 35   
03   04:53   N 26 G 33            
03   03:53   N 29 G 44      
03   02:53   N 36 G 49   
03   01:53   N 39 G 52      
03   00:53   N 38 G 52         
02   23:53   N 36 G 52   
02   22:53   N 31 G 41         
02   21:53   N 26 G 39         
02   20:53   N 24 G 44      
02   19:53   N 37 G 51      
02   18:53   N 33 G 40   
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rainbow sunflower  Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until you hear them speak.   rainbow sunflower

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« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2008, 08:44:25 AM »

Jerry, you do the weirdest things.  That is what you did last night, every hour checked the wind speed?  Hee, hee, you are a funnnneeee dude for sure.  You have told us many times that you live in a windy place.  By looking at the chart, it is pretty windy.

I remember you having some concerns about growing the Canary Creeper Vine seeds that I sent you because you thought it might blow the plants down.  Did you have any luck with how they grew, I knew you started the seeds and they germinated, but did they grow and produce flowers?  Off topic, I apologize, but the wind you speak about made me think of comments you made, probably about a year ago.  Have the most beautiful and greatest of this awesome day, Cindi
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« Reply #2 on: March 04, 2008, 09:15:35 AM »

While most nights I am up quite a bit, no I didn't do hour by hour recording. The national weather service does it for me;

http://www.weather.gov/data/obhistory/KLBB.html

Yep. I got four canary creepers started in the house. After I placed them outside, three died pretty quickly. The fourth struggled for awhile and I thought it was gonna make it, but alas, the environment is just too hostile for most living organisms. Superman came here once and just couldn't handle it.
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