Cleaning the Waters of Great Hollow Lake and the Pequonnock

Oct 3, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Patch.com

A steady rain soaked the grounds at Wolfe Park Tuesday afternoon and the runoff seeped into Great Hollow Lake on its way to flowing into the Pequonnock River then out into Long Island Sound.

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A long trip for the rain.

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Good Morning Everybody. How are you? All of us including Tippy and her fish are doing just great. Thanks for asking.
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been to wolf park many times. never realized how important it is to local enviroment.
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American Gentleman Samuel wrote:
A long trip for the rain.
Do you think that the rain gets tired?

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No, but, we people get tired of too much rain. Keep in touch.

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