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Another sunset, If you haven't noticed "I'm a bit of a fan of them " 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Marsha Cassada said:

The clouds lately have been so beautiful. 

I took the cloud picture with my iphone.  I've had it a week.  Still learning how to use it.  My husband made me leave the Dark Age of the flip phone.

 

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The weather is starting to change here. Unfortunately we didn't get near the amount of rain over winter.  The drought is most certainly going to get worse for many here .....

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I was particularly tickled with this one I took yesterday. I was just crossing the street in Fort Frances and saw this laying there on the street. I stepped up onto the sidewalk, but then turned back around and took phone out of my pocket to take pic of it. I thought it looked pretty much perfect, just the way it lay. 

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First thing I thought of was Canada when I saw the picture, then I see you are from Canada!  

Our maple leaves here in New Hampshire are just starting to turn.  

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The only Kodak moment I have lately is the result of 8" of rain in two days.  This our farm pond overflowing.  The edge goes under the horse motel, making a soggy mess there.   Many little fish were stranded in the pasture from the overflow.

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On 10/10/2018 at 5:31 PM, Ryan Johnson said:

The weather is starting to change here. Unfortunately we didn't get near the amount of rain over winter.  The drought is most certainly going to get worse for many here .....

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Are those pear trees?  Do you have wells?

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Yes they are an ornamental Pear ( Chanticleer).  I have a bore at home that we are allowed to pump 12 meg of water a year from. We used it recently to top the lake up , unfortunately noone knows how much water is available and the other issue with it is , its a little salty. Due to the salt , I wouldnt apply it directly to the plants and trees, though I consider ourselves lucky to have one. Do you have wells where you are ? Do you catch much of the water from the mountains? 

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