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Thread: Springtime in Montana!!!

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    I thought everyone would like to see what our weather is like today. So glad I have been so busy quilting that I haven't planted any flowers yet this year.
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    I'm sorry, little darlin'!! I been there before, but with the flowers planted. We've been gorgeous here this year so far, I'm knocking on wood. Soon it will be warm. :!:

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    Although I miss the wonderfully Big Sky....that is one thing I don't miss. YOu are wise to quilt, quilt, quilt! You and I both know.....it can do that on the fourth of July,as well, with a bright sun shining down on the rodeo festivities! LOL :lol: Will try and send the sun your way!

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    it is beautiful but bad time of year i would love to have snow in the winter but living in west tenn. we don't get much we had a bad cold snap a few weeks back and i was afraid that it killed some of our trees we sat out last year but they are coming back out i hope you you are doing ok thanks dorothy from tenn

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    Here in N. Mississippi the temps are supposed to be close or into the 90's this week. (We got the pool open just in time for the holiday weekend coming up.)

    Tricia, I am so sorry for you, but it's like I tell everyone, there's a reason I live in the South... no snow! (No offense intended to any snow lovers) It makes my bones hurt!

    Hang in there... Spring is coming... some day :shock: I think...

    BTW, I showed my DH your pics and all he said was "D**N!! That was THIS morning?? That's cool!!"

    BTW, you have BEAUTIFUL property!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carla P

    Tricia, I am so sorry for you, but it's like I tell everyone, there's a reason I live in the South... no snow! (No offense intended to any snow lovers) It makes my bones hurt!
    I'm not sorry for you. I remember a 4th of July on the West branch of the Bitteroot, playing volleyball in weather so cold my thumbs hurt for three months afterwards. It could have snowed that day. You pay the price for living in paradise.

    Got yer tomatoes in yet?

    tim in san jose (ex Hamilton Mt)

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    WOW! we've been using the AC for 2 weeks!

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    Yep... we only planted 15 this year, some squash, cucumbers, and sun flowers (per my middle daughter- she loves sun flowers). :D What about you Tim?

    Kathy, my family turned the a/c on in March!! (so I still wear a jacket & flannels every night.) :evil:

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    Well, you should all know, that it is still snowing this morning. And we plan on going camping this weekend. LOL. I've been trying to talk my husband into moving out of this place for a number of years. I'm just not into this cold weather anymore(being a midwest girl myself). But he will never leave his hunting behind!!

    And Tim, I always remember those cold 4th of Julys. It seemed like those were the holidays where we would plan an outdoor family reunion and it would always snow. I should have known then I wasn't cut out for this weather. And no, I haven't planted any tomatoes yet, thank god.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carla P
    Yep... we only planted 15 this year, some squash, cucumbers, and sun flowers (per my middle daughter- she loves sun flowers). :D What about you Tim?

    Kathy, my family turned the a/c on in March!! (so I still wear a jacket & flannels every night.) :evil:
    Why this is California!. We've been eatin' tomaters out of the garden for close to a month now.....







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    Not really.

    4 maters, half dozen chiles, persian cukes, basil.

    Small garden.

    tim in san jose

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