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I think our fall season was saved due to this late spring rain... Talked to the BRBR feds the other day they said they are passing water through the Refuge like they did back in 2011.. with lots of water making its way out to the lake bed this late that tells me that there will be lots of good growth this spring!!! lets hope this wet cycle continues!!
 

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Hopefuly not too little, too late. Still a drop in the bucket when looking at the big picture of the lack there of the last couple years.
 

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According to the experts the glass is still only half full. The wet back-country roads will be pitted and rutted with all the ATV and UTV riders tearing it all up with their muddy joy rides. All of this moisture will cause all of the weeds, brush, and trees to grow thicker and then dry out in the late summer and fall for one of the worst fire seasons on record. The extra water will provide the breeding grounds for mosquito which will plaque us all summer. The lush vegetation will provide food for rodents and rats which will have a population explosion. The coyote and fox populations will rise to eat the vermin. Ducks and geese will be happy with more water and produce more eggs for raccoon and skunk so raccoon and skunk populations will increase. More backwater slough water for sucker and carp to breed. Less places to fish as high, turbulent, off-colored water will keep fishermen chomping for a place to angle. Garden plants will rot and get disease. Less people will go camping, dogs and cats will sleep together, and the new prison will be built somewhere, preferably on high enough ground that tax money won't have too be used for flood relief. Other than that--things are really looking up--just don't look up while it's raining.
 

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According to the experts the glass is still only half full. The wet back-country roads will be pitted and rutted with all the ATV and UTV riders tearing it all up with their muddy joy rides. All of this moisture will cause all of the weeds, brush, and trees to grow thicker and then dry out in the late summer and fall for one of the worst fire seasons on record. The extra water will provide the breeding grounds for mosquito which will plaque us all summer. The lush vegetation will provide food for rodents and rats which will have a population explosion. The coyote and fox populations will rise to eat the vermin. Ducks and geese will be happy with more water and produce more eggs for raccoon and skunk so raccoon and skunk populations will increase. More backwater slough water for sucker and carp to breed. Less places to fish as high, turbulent, off-colored water will keep fishermen chomping for a place to angle. Garden plants will rot and get disease. Less people will go camping, dogs and cats will sleep together, and the new prison will be built somewhere, preferably on high enough ground that tax money won't have too be used for flood relief. Other than that--things are really looking up--just don't look up while it's raining.
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According to the experts the glass is still only half full. The wet back-country roads will be pitted and rutted with all the ATV and UTV riders tearing it all up with their muddy joy rides. All of this moisture will cause all of the weeds, brush, and trees to grow thicker and then dry out in the late summer and fall for one of the worst fire seasons on record. The extra water will provide the breeding grounds for mosquito which will plaque us all summer. The lush vegetation will provide food for rodents and rats which will have a population explosion. The coyote and fox populations will rise to eat the vermin. Ducks and geese will be happy with more water and produce more eggs for raccoon and skunk so raccoon and skunk populations will increase. More backwater slough water for sucker and carp to breed. Less places to fish as high, turbulent, off-colored water will keep fishermen chomping for a place to angle. Garden plants will rot and get disease. Less people will go camping, dogs and cats will sleep together, and the new prison will be built somewhere, preferably on high enough ground that tax money won't have too be used for flood relief. Other than that--things are really looking up--just don't look up while it's raining.
Funniest post in a while.....thanks for the good laugh !:grin:
 
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According to the experts the glass is still only half full. The wet back-country roads will be pitted and rutted with all the ATV and UTV riders tearing it all up with their muddy joy rides. All of this moisture will cause all of the weeds, brush, and trees to grow thicker and then dry out in the late summer and fall for one of the worst fire seasons on record. The extra water will provide the breeding grounds for mosquito which will plaque us all summer. The lush vegetation will provide food for rodents and rats which will have a population explosion. The coyote and fox populations will rise to eat the vermin. Ducks and geese will be happy with more water and produce more eggs for raccoon and skunk so raccoon and skunk populations will increase. More backwater slough water for sucker and carp to breed. Less places to fish as high, turbulent, off-colored water will keep fishermen chomping for a place to angle. Garden plants will rot and get disease. Less people will go camping, dogs and cats will sleep together, and the new prison will be built somewhere, preferably on high enough ground that tax money won't have too be used for flood relief. Other than that--things are really looking up--just don't look up while it's raining.
LOL I like your style!
 

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and............here comes the drought.
 
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