It was a super small little ficus fortunately. Which I had planned on bringing in anyways. It should be fine. Even on the ground though the trees with dense canopies were really shaking in the wind. It was nuts. This fucking bonsai year has been so dam stressful!They were awful. Gusts to 50 mph. I got all my trees on the ground early, so they were OK.
We got our first snow last night. By Saturday, it will be back up to 75F
We have plenty of sunshine, but we have frequent snow in the winter. This is quite early for the first frost (got down to freezing at the airport, but not at my house). I live at 2100 meters, so you never know.Ho ! I always imagined New Mexico a place with hight temps all year round.
Here, it was 28°C today, and it will be 31°C on Monday, and no rain. It's usually 10° lower and very rainy in September. The axis of the earth must be shifting (this is a joke, don't quote me as saying "the axis of the earth is shifting" !).
his is quite early for the first frost (got down to freezing at the airport, but not at my house). I live at 2100 meters, so you never know.
Denver was at 101 F on Sat. snow yesterday....
A major winter storm and frigid temperatures brought summer to a screeching halt in the Rockies on Tuesday.www.usatoday.com
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