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Yes the desert needs rain BUT THE CALIFORNIA FORESTS ESP THOSE WITH FIRES need rain more.  Years of those federal lands being ignored has created a bad situation for fires during drought times.  I would think this may be another unfortunate fallout of the Great Recession and we havent caught up on all those things that were not done when the money was not available.

And its almost Nov and still unseasonably high temps in the Southwest.

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I'm near Temecula, Jojoba Hills, and we had a 40% chance of rain earlier in the week.  Well, its down to 25% but skies dont look promising.  Too bad as many times what comes ashore and gives us rain will continue into Southern AZ. 

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On 10/25/2020 at 12:38 PM, Ray,IN said:

Last time we were in Q was August 05. The RV  park requested we use our grey water on their nearby trees and shrubs, a bit each day. Good thing I carry a garden hose cap for the effluent pipe.

August.. brave man.  Good idea on the gray water.  I tend to do that myself.

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9 hours ago, hemsteadc said:

August.. brave man.  Good idea on the gray water.  I tend to do that myself.

Ya, DW and I had the place to ourselves_almost. We bought a new 5er in June, that was our inaugural trip. We spent 4 months between Glacier NP and Juarez, MX.

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