Re: [gardeners] Earl

George Shirley (
Wed, 02 Sep 1998 07:35:54

Thanks, regardless of the storm we're always in need of a good word or two.
We've been through a number of them and aren't really scared anymore, just
respectful of nature and the power therein. Which to me means pick a route
and beat feet anymore.  Property can be replaced, people can't.


At 10:43 PM 9/1/98 -0500, you wrote:
>Hi George,
>    I hope you have gotten the hatches battened down. I am just guessing
>that you are going to be far enough west of the predicted landfall that
>you will be on the weaker side of the storm. I certainly hope so. We
>will include you and your family in our prayers tonight.
>    We got only 9/10 from Charley and none from that storm that came to
>Louisiana earlier. It looks like we will not get any rain from Earl. So
>we are still at less than 3" since April 19th. I did go ahead and plant
>some more Lasoda potatos and a couple rows of green beans and a few
>hills of yellow squash. The Jalapeno Grandes and the Anaheim Chilis are
>still producing. Once it gets a little cooler, I'm going to plant cole
>God bless and keep you safe
>    Allen
>    Bastrop Co.,Tx