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Re: chipmunks and squirrels

In a message dated 2/18/03 10:36:36 AM, cathyc@rnet.com writes:

<< town in the midwest (maybe even IL) that has a colony 
of white squirrels. >>

Cathy, there are white squirrels (or were) at the John Deere Administration 
Center, John Deere Road, Moline, IL. BTW, if you are ever in the area, this 
is a fabulous spot to tour.  There is an indoor atrium that is wonderful, 
japanese gardens where all the stone & plants were sent from Japan, beautiful 
lakes with koi & other wildlife (lake is part of the heating/cooling system 
for the facility), greenhouses, and stunning grounds which adorn the rusting 
bldg (know as the rusty palace and has won awards for the architect) which 
sits betwn gentle slopes surrounded by huge trees.  Also, inside is a museum  
you may tour AWA the bldg.  The art work, draperies, wall coverings & other 
interior accessories are from countries where Deere maintains facilities.

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