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Re: Re: weather

Excuse me....
I have not heard about another storm heading this way. I assume you are
going to keep the ice and snow this time? Getting warmer everyday here
and the snowbanks are melting.

Not much for the deer to eat here. I am sure they are having the same
problem in your neck of the woods. With this latest snow and cold, it is
amazing all the animal tracks leading to my pond.


----- Original Message -----
From: Cersgarden@aol.com
> Melody, I am amazed you got only 4".  Well we must be prepared as the weather 
> man is warning of another big snow on Friday nite.
>     The deer have found my garden.  We looked out the window and wondered who 
> walked thru my garden.  Lo, the dreaded animal.  From the 2nd story window I 
> can see they spent much time around one of the crabs and also the neighbors 
> crab.  Do they eat remaining apples? It is to deep to venture out to see if 
> they did any damage to the trees.
>     Last nite temps were much warmer.  -7 Sun night.
>         Ceres 

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