Thursday, July 20, 2006

What's Growin' On 7/20/06: Summer Storm Damage


What's wrong with this greenhouse?

Realization Of The Day:
I probably won't be blogging much during the next couple of days. Busy dealing with farm and garden damage from two nasty storms. But it could have been a lot worse.

13 comments:

  1. Wow, that's some storm. I won't complain about my bugs..things can always be worse.

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  2. Yes, it could have been worse but I can't imagine how you and yours must be feeling if this picture makes me get a big lump in my throat and tears in my eyes.

    Crossing my fingers for Lindy even though I know what my dogs do under similar circumstances.

    Hang in there, FG.

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  3. hey wait, a possible bright spot...

    if any of them survived storms like that, you now have access to those beautiful raspberries.

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  4. Hang in there Susan! I hope Lindy is O.K- I'll say a prayer for her. Just remember- something good always comes out of something bad....

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  5. Oh, I feel shock and dismay at the picture of your greenhouse, and can only guess how you must have felt seeing it the first time, looking for your animal friends, and coping with all the other destruction from the storms. I am glad you are able to find much to be grateful for overall, despite the immediate difficulties.

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  6. We were under a watch up here in NW Iowa but I don't even recall it raining. (could have but I've been so sleep deprived.....) So sorry to see so much damage. Your blog is a bright spot in my day so I hope everyone's good wishes do the same for you.

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  7. Oh no!! I'm so sorry all of this has happened to you! I couldn't tell if Lindy made it or not... my best wishes to all of you. Yes, it could have been worse, but it's still pretty bad!!!

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  8. Diane in MidMoJuly 21, 2006 8:37 AM

    Hey Susan,

    If you can't find Lindy and your other chicken requires some company, I'll be happy to give you one of my almost ready to start laying Rhode Island Reds.

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  9. Whoa - man, that really sucks about the greenhouse! And I'm sorry to hear Lindy's still missing. Hopefully she'll turn up soon!

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  10. So many of us feel badly for you and Joe. After a ton of work, things will be back to normal. Oh well, who ever said that life was easy!

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  11. The last time I looke in, you were talking about your blister bugs. When I pulled up the computer screen I saw the picture of your greenhouse and thought, "Man, those blister bugs really know how to do some damage." Then I saw you had a storm.

    I am sorry about your loss and pray that all will be restored whole soon.

    Blessings, and peace.

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