Discussion in 'The Watering Hole' started by christilou, Jan 21, 2014.
Curses, it's raining in Islamorada . Seems as though we just can't get away from it!
Enjoy! We are currently at about 20% of normal and California has officially called a drought; we are steps away from mandatory rationing.
So Christi, get out your umbrella and smile.. the rain shall soon pass
4 degrees here and dropping. We've got a deep freeze. I would rather rain
without the rain we wouldn't have the flowers.
I'm with Isoterica, it's 9 degrees F here and suppose to be a low of -5 tomorrow with a high of 6 on Thursday. I'll take your rain and you can have my cold.
About the same here in AZ
That is why Luke is,y brother in the north! Hehegehe.
And in the same vein, Without rain, we wouldn't have "sounds of rain" sleep therapy devices!
Trust me, sounds of demolition crews leaves much to be desired when it comes to sleep therapy...
Having spent the last two months in the grey UK watching the flood waters rise I was rather hoping that this afternoon's picnic on the beach would be in the sunshine and not under the hotel's thatched awning!!! We Brits were the only people in sight braving the elements but we enjoyed it anyway
And, it's still raining here C.L. Will it ever stop? Even the dogs are reluctant to go out in it.
From one of my all-time fave singers.
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Sunshine and Rain
Kodiak, Alaska. Yearly average sunshine. 3 days per month.:smile: Called, the "emerald Isle of the North". Cause', it's GREEN and gorgeous, when the sun does shine!
Sublime, Luke. Not heard that for a long time
Another take on the weather ...
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