Finally in the Right Spot to Get a Good Rain.

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Gale Hawkins

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We had 14" less rain in April of this year vs. last year. Yards were starting to look like August.

This rain was not even on the radar 30 minutes before it came and it was not a general rain for the region at all.

Hope it is not going to be a hot and dry year for the farmers.
 
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I would love to send you some of ours. Lawn is knee high, and the ground to soft to mow. We have had almost 2 inches in the last 4 days, and 34 inches so far the year.
 
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I'm sure people in England with the flooring going on just now would love to send you some of their rain!
 
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I would love to send you some of ours. Lawn is knee high, and the ground to soft to mow. We have had almost 2 inches in the last 4 days, and 34 inches so far the year.

What would the shipping cost be?:)

At least you have an awesome set up to get it cut when the ground firms up.:thumbsup:
 
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We had 14" less rain in April of this year vs. last year. Yards were starting to look like August.

This rain was not even on the radar 30 minutes before it came and it was not a general rain for the region at all.

Hope it is not going to be a hot and dry year for the farmers.
Looking at the weather almanac for Murray, KY. Murray had over 11" above normal last year in April. This year Murray is -4.2" below normal. I would like normal. But if I had a choice I would take the minus reading. Hope you get some average rainfall in May.
 
 
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