Discussion in 'Current Events' started by texan, May 26, 2012.
It's just going to be a lot of wind and rain for an area that could use some rain.
You got that right. I'm hoping that sucker arcs about 150 miles north on Tuesday so we can get a good soaking. I'm nursing a Cherry and Red Oak along in the hopes I don't loose them so that rain would be welcomed. But my garden looks awesome, tomatoes loaded with blooms, squash going strong, beans looking good and my peppers look great. And so far I've not had to water but this could change shortly if we don't get rain.
Darn it, I just put the boat & lobster gear into the ocean.
It's too early to have to remove it all.
The projected path has it coming up through the Appalachians, not the ocean, so it will lose most of it's punch by the time it reaches New England.
If it remains sub-tropical as it is now and takes a course up your way, do you still have to remove the lobster gear?
I place my traps close to the shoreline.
Any storm can cause large onshore waves, so Yes I will have to either relocate them to a protective cove or just remove them.
The projected path has always been over the ocean.
I guess we all have our faults---I can't predict the weather and you are on a Quixotic quest about a birth certificate and social security numbers.
I'm more interested in all the sealed records, but one has to have a starting point.
...or one could realize that the task is fruitless and a waste of time and resources...
Or just until someone else is in the seat of power , and wait for those classified reports to be leaked out .
It will happen, history loves to repeat itself.
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