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I need to keep up with the news I haven't heard anything about the Taal volcano it's not far from us though. When I was in the military I was a rescue crewman and we flew out to the middle of the Taal Volcano in 1985 I'll never forget it a lake within a lake but I'll bet that area is drying up also.

Land here is very sandy and gets hard like concrete when in severe drought.
Taal Volcano, I don't have any news in that lake but my friend was in Tagaytay, Philippines last weekend. If you want to I can ask for a photo of it if they have.

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Taal Volcano, I don't have any news in that lake but my friend was in Tagaytay, Philippines last weekend. If you want to I can ask for a photo of it if they have.
Thank you xXE... We finally got some pretty heavy thundershowers at least two days worth so everything is looking much better in our area of Luzon and my calamansi trees are now sprouting flowers so next will come the fruits the ground isn't hard anymore I was able to pull up several Gabie (taro roots) plants up or it was much easier I have a huge crop in my back yard.

Only thing I need relief from now is this incredible heat and now after the rains higher humidity.
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Thank you xXE... We finally got some pretty heavy thundershowers at least two days worth so everything is looking much better in our area of Luzon and my calamansi trees are now sprouting flowers so next will come the fruits the ground isn't hard anymore I was able to pull up several Gabie (taro roots) plants up or it was much easier I have a huge crop in my back yard.

Only thing I need relief from now is this incredible heat and now after the rains higher humidity.
Sounds perfect! I hope you'll have a fruitful harvest.
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I just moved in Tagaytay, been here for 5 months now. I only encountered a short water outage during Summer like an hour and it comes back - maybe they are filling the water station.

I live in an area where there's resorts, gardens, bed and breakfast rentals, so far I have no problem with water. I use the laundry water for gardening. Now, it's rainy season, we fill the spare water tanks with rain water and I use it to wash my car, port area and other garden cleaning purposes. We have to try our best to conserve.
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