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Old 07-10-2013, 10:19 AM   #1
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Name change

Changing TT name from Sunny Solaris to Rainy and Wet. Maybe that will help.
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I'm in process of mounting mine on a barge
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i'm in process of mounting mine on a barge
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Water? Rain?
I've heard of it, but what is it?


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Water? Rain?
I've heard of it, but what is it?


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Dale and Shelly,

I sure wish we could share/send you some. We've had some years here in PA that we certainly could have used more water when you watch the corn in fields curl up and die. Sadly that isn't one of the things we can do. I've tried to be pretty quiet about making comments about the quantities of rain we have been receiving because I know the spigot can turn off here at anytime. Hope you get rain soon and hope the heat in your neck of the woods soon gives you some relief, too.
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Dale and Shelly,

I sure wish we could share/send you some. We've had some years here in PA that we certainly could have used more water when you watch the corn in fields curl up and die. Sadly that isn't one of the things we can do. I've tried to be pretty quiet about making comments about the quantities of rain we have been receiving because I know the spigot can turn off here at anytime. Hope you get rain soon and hope the heat in your neck of the woods soon gives you some relief, too.
Thanks! We'd love it! Give us 40 days and 40 nights. (Hey, He said he wouldn't destroy the Earth like that again, so we're safe.)

Actually, it has rained more so far this year than previous years. Still, we do need a LOT more. One of these years, we'll get it. It runs in cycles.

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Old 07-10-2013, 07:32 PM   #10
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Water? Rain?
I've heard of it, but what is it?


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Just come to Ohio. Every time u plan something it rains. 3rd. time out this year. 3rd. time I sat in the rain.
? I know u can use it. Like the Mississippi river was dry this year it's flooding.
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It is certainly replenishing our ground water supply
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That's what we need....down here.

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Old 07-11-2013, 06:54 AM   #13
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Only problem is 1" an hr. is just creating flooding and eroding .
Tue we had 3" Wed we had 3.5 yesterday we had over 3. Just heard we've had 12" of rain in last 10 days. Last 20 days with rain. Allot of gardens are shot
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A couple weeks ago when I had the Sunline home, it seemed like hail storms were coming through every afternoon/evening. Luckily they all missed me, and boy was I glad to get it back inside. Now last week and this week we had these huge, flooding downpours every afternoon. What's with it! Let's be flooded with sun now for a few weeks...
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Go figure. We came home today. Nicest day of the week. Nice sunny ride home.
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I know what's going on. You guys are getting all the moisture/water that's evaporating from down here.
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