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my early march garden

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Progressing quite nicely. I think maybe some snow peas could be started.
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it's pretty, though.

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Over all this has been actually an ok winter except for one thing. The incredible cold weather that just seems to hang on. When I sat down to the computer this morning it was -20, and today is going to be "much warmer" than yesterday, a high of +10. Normal is quite pleasant for a Minnesotan low 30s. This weather is creating an outbreak of severe cabin fever across the state.

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cabin fever has been going around lately.

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I can visualize it, even with all the snow. It could be worse, you could have avalanches like CO. Video in the link of when the avalanche hit I-70.
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/colorado-a ... nty-video/
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highdesert wrote:
Mon Mar 04, 2019 5:22 pm
I can visualize it, even with all the snow. It could be worse, you could have avalanches like CO. Video in the link of when the avalanche hit I-70.
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/colorado-a ... nty-video/
Thats really something, no we don't have that kind of snow hazards. But the bitter cold that threatens the septic system causes nightmares. Thanks for posting that.

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Cracks me up. I have to make a pic of the update for my garden. Gotta put in a new sim card. Glad I don't have snow like that.

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CDFingers wrote:
Mon Mar 04, 2019 10:20 pm
Cracks me up. I have to make a pic of the update for my garden. Gotta put in a new sim card. Glad I don't have snow like that.

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I would love to see more of your garden. The snow isn't the problem, it's whats' underneath it that has me worried. We had a very wet fall and there was all kinds of standing water that are just a bunch of skating rinks right now with at least an 8 foot frost line. The whole area around the garden will be like pudding for a long time before I will be able to get in there with my tractor.

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