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Matthew Stamm
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Water water everywhere , but less than 1% that we can drink.
Water water everywhere , but less than 1% that we can drink.

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Spider of the day. Tarantula was in my path to a controller in a garage, Shipped him in a Amazon box to some random person who ordered a Fiat 124 SPIDER instead of just getting a Mazda Miata.....not really
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Programming a ORBIT controller is a little tedious with the ENTER button required to save any changes. You must press ENTER immediately after each change before moving on (NEXT) to the next setting. CLEAR is the only way to remove water days or start times. The B program is useless if you are trying to adhere to the City of Austin Water schedule which is calendar ( days of the week ) based. B is ok for drip if you don't mind interval programming ( water every "x" days), every 3 days typically recommended for drip spring and fall, 5-7 days in winter, as much as every 2 days in Summer. Hope this helps!
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Christmas Cactus rocking for the holidays
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You would thing the subcontractor reading the meter would have a data logger /time stamp for each data entry, wouldn't be that hard to pull it off of one machine and see that one guy basically sat in his truck all day while it was raining hitting enter and it defaulted to some preset. Don't think it takes CSI to figure this one out
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Monarch in my front yadd
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Give Elizabeth English a Leg Up! @ AustinBeerWorks, this past Saturday. Great attendance and good music!
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Most bizarre swirling weather pattern I've seen in Central Texas. Dropping another 1" of rain in the past hour after a almost perfect sunny day. After 7" last month in May, we are going for 1.5" in the first 3 days of June 2016, 22" already this year. Lake Travis over 110 percent full. Crazy rain.
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