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    May 18, 2011


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    I never actually realized how important and useful rain water is until I started harvesting them. My friend has a tank in his home, and I was surprised to know how he uses rain water in a lot of ways, especially during the hot summer days. Since then, I got my own tank and saved precious rain water.

    I've read your last blog when you bid goodbye to your beloved garden. If I had to do that, I’d be sad too, but I understand why you need to let go of it since you had to move to a new place. Did you teach the new owner how rain water collecting works? I'm sure he/she can make good use of that to take care of the garden you left in his/her care.

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