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    Default Everyone in TX doing OK?

    I know there are many Retriever folks in TX and with all the horrible weather that passed through, I am hoping no one suffered any property or personal damages.
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    Doing fine here. Just 2" of needed rain.
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    A pro in Texas was driving and he (while driving his dog truck) were caught in a tornado and thrown off the road. I believe he was on his way back from running the Grand in South Carolina. Sounds like he and dogs all survived and doing well. Scary stuff.

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    Indeed... before I left TX I was attending a Lutheran Church on Sundays. I know all the farming families were praying for rain. In their defense, they didn't ask for wind and hail.
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    Texas is a big place. Two small towns in East Texas, Alto and Franklin, were severely damaged. As is often the case the most vulnerable, because of their low cost housing, are the most severely affected. The rest of us are doing fine with lush green grass and ponds overflowing.
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    Another band of bad weather supposed to pass through again today or tomorrow. Stay safe.
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