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Severe drought AGAIN!

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AuthorMan 1
AudreyO 1
Perfection 4
AngieKaye 1
Gigix4 7
magicmom 1
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TinktheSprite 1
analogkid 1
Pacmax 1
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Gigix4 --- 8 years ago -

Just saw that we are now back into severe drought conditions.
Great! Just great! 

AuthorMan --- 8 years ago -

I'll give the dogs more water! :-) 

SagaciousSighFiGurl (Mod) --- 8 years ago -

I wanna get wet...:) Come on RAIN!!! 

AngieKaye --- 8 years ago -

guess I need to start watering the yard again... just hate all that money going to the City of Houston to save my trees! 

Gigix4 --- 8 years ago -

I'll give the lawn a drink but I'm more concerned about the stinkin' foundation.
Turning on the soaker hoses again tomorrow. Just what we need now - high water bills at Christmas. 

TinktheSprite --- 8 years ago -

My timers are all set to "on" again. At least we don't have to pay summer rates. 

analogkid --- 8 years ago -

It just keeps getting better and better here. 

Perfection --- 8 years ago -

Yet not as much coverage by the media this year. Are we not supposed to be aware?

We've been watering the foundation for a while now. This has been crazy for the trees 

Gigix4 --- 8 years ago -

Just heard on this morning's weather report that we can probably expect a warmer and dryer winter.
Bugs are gonna' hang around and more trees are going to die. Just what we need. 

Perfection --- 8 years ago -

Yeah, I just put in a bunch of trees this year too. Guess I need to look at adding even more next year 

Gigix4 --- 8 years ago -

Guess I need to look at adding even more next year

Just be prepared to water them well. Trees take a lot of water and especially when they are just getting started. 

Perfection --- 8 years ago -

Oh yes, I do but this having to replace all the time is getting old, and expensive! 

AudreyO --- 8 years ago -

Guess I need to start watering my trees and grass too. It never fails to rain about 10 hours after I do it. :( 

Gigix4 --- 8 years ago -

It never fails to rain about 10 hours after I do it. :(


lol - then please, do us all a favor and get out there and water! I might even dare to wash my vehicle. We need some rain. 

magicmom --- 8 years ago -

The neighbors big oak tree fell across the street last night. Thank goodness at night because it would have smashed a car. We knew the top was dead but it still had lots of green leaves lower down. It broke off about 6 ft from the ground. I don't think we've actually left the drought up front in Kingwood. 

Gigix4 --- 8 years ago -

The neighbors big oak tree fell across the street last night.

That kinda' stuff happening is so scary to me. The "what ifs" ... a child could have been walking by or a car driving by or if it fell in a different direction and fell on someone's house. 

Perfection --- 8 years ago -

And it is amazing how many trees fall when we do get a little rain. The roots can't handle the wet ground now and the trees topple.

I read earlier it would take five or six years to completely come out of the drought due to the lingering damage on the trees.

I can't imagine how much foundation damage has been done and continues to be done. I wanted to have mine checked but am going to wait until this is all finished. 

Gigix4 --- 8 years ago -

I can't imagine how much foundation damage has been done and continues to be done.

Foundation repair is so expensive when compared to a high water bill. 

Pacmax --- 8 years ago -

My next door neighbor just has his foundation fixed, it was 7,500. Wow 

dadof4 --- 8 years ago -

Did you hear about the tree that fell at Kingwood CC? Fell right next to my beautiful POS.. lol 

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