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Old Jul 9, 2005, 9:17 AM   #11
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Thanks Tom,Bob and Dawg...I think I'm lucky..wil just get an ugly scar. but no limp or after effects (they want me to keep an eye on a swelling part where the stool leg tried to exit ) but otherwise I just thank the gods for fat thighs..lol.
Tom..the rain here is unreal..75% of the fields are toast..crops washed out and no reseeding this late in the year.When we flew in on Monday the sight was similar to the '97(flood of the century)..but this time the ground is saturated so there's nowhere for the water to go.Geez..the wheatfields were whitecapping.So bring a big big truck and we'll pay ya to take it away..:lol:...Brandon(city to the south)even had cars floating on the streets a couple days ago...that's a first..lol...And more coming today..oh well..makes for nice cloud shots:|
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Old Jul 9, 2005, 9:54 AM   #12
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Bad weather makes for good photo ops Lisa. Heck as far as I'm concerned everything makes for a good photo op!! LOL

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Old Jul 9, 2005, 3:22 PM   #13
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Great Shots. The 2nd one is cool, I like the sunset in the lower right corner. I agree with Tom - very much like the clouds from War of the Worlds.
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