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Comment by Jeff Caldwell on July 27, 2009 at 11:44am
Hey, Michael. Man, when did this happen? Just recently?

I was actually through your neck of the woods over the weekend -- went out to visit my folks in Hoxie (had to hit the big Sheridan County Fair!). I almost drove off the road when I saw how much water there is in the lake at Norton!

Amazing how great the countryside looks out there, though. It was green all the way to Hoxie. Saw a lot of beautiful corn and pasture ground out there. And, there are still a few wheat fields still standing around Hoxie -- been so wet some folks are still waiting to get a couple fields whittled out!

Hope things are good at your place these days!
Comment by Michael on July 26, 2009 at 8:57pm
Well Eric, this may not look like much to you.....but this is almost 1/4 of our annual rainfall in this area...all in about an hour.
Comment by Kevin W. Sweeney on July 26, 2009 at 7:57am
And I thought 7 inches in 12 hours was to much!!!!!!!!!!
Comment by Eric Baeten on July 25, 2009 at 10:44pm
That's not that bad! We had 100 times worst than that hear by me in northeastern WI! I know too much rain can kill the crop, but I seen worst!!


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