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Hope all you Texas / Oklahoma guys are surviving the rain and storms. Some areas seem heavily battered.
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It sure looked ugly on the news.
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My yard is a National Mosquito Breeding Area.  The Department of the Interior has told me that mosquitos are a protected species and, since only Females bite us, that it would be Sexist to smack them.....  Shocked
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This has been the rainiest spring I've ever seen! Could be the rainiest spring in TX history. It's raining here right now, in fact.

Although the rivers, creeks, and lakes are flooding, I'm not aware of any property damage or anyone being harmed by the water levels here locally. It's just a wet, swampy, muddy mess everywhere.

I'm getting really tired of rain!
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Fortunately, it ain't hot yet, or we'd be sweating like the Philippines!   
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The current weather forecast for my hunt is rain... followed by thunderstorms...

I always did like a challenge...

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Conversely, it's one of the driest springs I can remember here in upstate South Carolinnie. Not sure it's record breaking though. 

Prayers out for my friends in the SW. 
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Just heard from my mother-in-law in Houston. It's been pretty bad around there. They're just staying home.
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Just saw on FNC that a large dam in Midlothian is on the edge of rupturing. Not good! Hope our SWFA com padres are currently safe, stay safe and that the wonderful new building does not receive any damage. 
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That new building can probably survive a tsunami.

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