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Too Wet in Menard County #7290233 09/18/18 04:02 PM
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For all of you wanting to make a trip to Menard County to fill feeders. I suggest that you watch the weather. It is still too wet to get around most of the county and more rain is predicted for this weekend. I am needing to get my dogs in shape for lion season and can't even get them in the woods.
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Originally Posted By: gary roberson
For all of you wanting to make a trip to Menard County to fill feeders. I suggest that you watch the weather. It is still too wet to get around most of the county and more rain is predicted for this weekend. I am needing to get my dogs in shape for lion season and can't even get them in the woods.
Adios,
Gary


I don't know if the sun has been out for more than a couple hours in all of September. It's crazy. I'm in Concho County and we have new windfarm roads, but it's nasty off of them...real nasty.

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Re: Too Wet in Menard County [Re: gary roberson] #7290548 09/18/18 08:53 PM
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After this Spring and Summer, I call that a good problem to have.


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Re: Too Wet in Menard County [Re: gary roberson] #7290562 09/18/18 08:59 PM
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Canít get into my lease in Comal county.

Tried yesterday....got about 15í in before I backed up and called it a day

Re: Too Wet in Menard County [Re: gary roberson] #7290757 09/19/18 01:02 AM
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The far east side of Menard County hasn't seen the rain that the rest of the county has, but still plenty wet. We were hoping to get to the feeders this weekend, but looking unlikely at at this point.


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Re: Too Wet in Menard County [Re: gary roberson] #7290811 09/19/18 01:53 AM
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Sounds like farmers, either too wet or dry. taz

Re: Too Wet in Menard County [Re: Texan Til I Die] #7290937 09/19/18 04:09 AM
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Originally Posted By: Texan Til I Die
After this Spring and Summer, I call that a good problem to have.


No kidding... we are still at 5.4" total since the first week of October 2017.

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Looks like y'all got another round.


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Re: Too Wet in Menard County [Re: gary roberson] #7294569 09/23/18 12:47 AM
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Yup
It rained all day yesterday, a short break, then some more last night. It was mighty slimy driving to the blind this morning.


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