San Diego is becoming a desert!


#1

After a wonderful year of precipitation on 2005 and roofing businesses busy as ants .

we landed on one of the dryest seasons i have ever seen .

Roofing Companies are struggling to hang in there . but .

Does anyone know a good rain dance ?

[code]http://sandiegoblog.com/archives/2004/10/05/still-no-rain/

http://www.nctimes.com/articles/2007/06/14/news/sandiego/14_03_066_13_07.txt

http://www.fox6.com/news/local/story.aspx?content_id=e1fbb464-0c79-4495-bf72-ff32e1c92904&rss=tick

http://www.sdearthtimes.com/et0407/et0407s2.html[/code]

Can someone say “GLOBAL WARMING” ??


#2

we are considered in a moderate drought in upstate ny with the driest season of my career, but im still swamped with no rain days off.


#3

Wasn’t it a desert to begin with?


#4

It was supposed to be an expression :mrgreen:


#5

texas just cant get enough this year.
dead and dry were im at.
lucky enough to have a few jobs to feed
myself.

times are still tough.

gweedo.


#6

[quote=“gweedo”]texas just cant get enough this year.
dead and dry were im at.
lucky enough to have a few jobs to feed
myself.

times are still tough.

gweedo.[/quote]

I only wish it would stop raining here in Texas.

I spoke to my mother, who lives outside of Tampa, and she said it rained pretty good there a week or so ago, after being dry for several weeks. I would have thought you would be back up and running.


#7

theres just so many roofers here.
im lucky to have the 20sq im doin.
it is startin to rain though,
but just afternoon showers.
we need those month long soakers.
day after day nonstop rain.
but again so many hands in the pot now.
it may not matter.
im optomistic.


#8

I think the much colder than normal freeze(s) we had here in Central Texas this past season helped as much as if not more than the heavy rains.

The cold weather really exposed a lot of “Tar Monkey Specials”, LoL.

Chimney joints, pookied up valleys, vertical wall to slope joints, etc.