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Quiltbea and Hippie....I shouldn't complain compared to you two. I am ashamed of myself. At least I got my peas in the ground last weekend, and have them under a hoop. They should be ok....a few inches of snow won't hurt them I don't think...
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@middlemamma wrote: Quiltbea and Hippie....I shouldn't complain compared to you two. I am ashamed of myself. At least I got my peas in the ground last weekend, and have them under a hoop. They should be ok....a few inches of snow won't hurt them I don't think...
No need to feel ashamed my dear. March is always a crazy month but when you are used to a certain type of weather at a certain time it gets discouraging when you have things planned and you get that @#%$. It is a swear word at this time of year for sure.
PS. I feel guilty complaining about snow when other people have earthquakes and tsunamis, their houses are demolished, they have no place to go and then they get snow. At least I am warm and dry and safe. Shame on me!
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The weather is even starting to wear on the life long Oregonians in my neck of the woods (north Willamette Valley). Soil temps are still low. I planted peas, bok choi and beets, tented them with agribon fabric and am still waiting for germination.
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@Yamhillbilly wrote:The weather is even starting to wear on the life long Oregonians in my neck of the woods (north Willamette Valley). Soil temps are still low. I planted peas, bok choi and beets, tented them with agribon fabric and am still waiting for germination.
OFF TOPIC: I keep a list of local dream vacations and your home area is on my list! Spring, early summer trip to winery/bed and breakfast in Willamette Valley! I can't remember where I saw it but I heard there was a nice little b&b to go to that was reminiscent of the french country side. :o)
AND I'M BACK: I hope the Westsiders get some sunshine soon.... we have been wetter than normal ourselves over here in central WA. We usually have some nice sunny warm days to take a break from the rain but it's been on and off rain/sun all in the same day. The entire PNW seems ready for some all blue sky, warm spring, early summer days :o)
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