Maybe? After 9+ days of rain and local flooding, the sun is out in southern
NH. More rain tonight, but then dry for the week ( I hope).
I was getting worried that I was going to be mildewed soon.
My back door is so swollen I can't open it (I guess the gutter
couldn't take it!). It's blowing like mad out there, but it's dry,
the sun peeks out every once in awhile. It isn't supposed to rain
here until Tuesday - hopefully! The river down the street is out of
control, thankfully no one has a house right on it.
Ann, gardening in Zone 6a
South of Boston, Massachusetts
On 10/16/05 1:31 PM, in article email@example.com,
I've tried calling a friend that lives in Acton that lives right in the
flood plain; the answering machine answers, but no people yet.
Somehow, the rain and wind gods were on my side and there is no water in the
basement, but the culvert at the bottom of the driveway is full and the
water is moving very quickly. The main street I live off of is flooded by
the pond the culvert drains into.
I'm just grateful I am not in southwestern NH; it is bad there.
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