Master of the Pit
SMF Premier Member
- Joined Aug 13, 2015
Lived there for over 16 years (80's and 90's). Didn't understand the weather either.Seattle is having a mini summer this week: highs in the mid to upper 70s. It's been wonderful, but I was only able to fire up the smoker once. We're about to revert back to a cool spring for the weekend: mid 50s and rainy. We might not see the sun again until June.
Same here, damn we got hammered last yr it was horrible. I have a feeling that our rains are done for the yr, but I sure hope not.Mid 80's here in central Oregon. Hoping for plenty of rain next week.
Don't need a repeat of the 2020 wildfires!
I could deal with that but around here it doesn't cool off at night most of the time, and it sucks trying to sleep when it's 80+ all night long.We stopped spring planting until soil temps get back into the 40's (and stay there). They're down in the mid 30's again.
Seed is very expensive to rot in the field.
Nothing goes in my garden until May 1st and delicate stuff is well after Mother's Day.
Lived there for over 16 years (80's and 90's). Didn't understand the weather either.
Summer: Loved the shorts and flip flop days and near parka nights.
I don't even think about planting until the middle of May. Not worried about the snow on the trees as much as the freeze hurting them again this year.Us too . Just came in from covering plants. Happy the veg plants are in pots on the garage. Had the air on 2 weeks ago , tonight a fire in the fire place .
Same here. We just about always get a frost in the beginning of May here in Ky. I have onions out now, but they will be fine. Nothing else will go in the ground until the first part of May.I don't even think about planting until the middle of May
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