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Re: Snow!

Eva, I think you are having more snow than we are.  It seems to have just 
stopped here, but it's blowing something fierce.  The temperature is up to 15 
I can only guess that the wind-chill brings it down ten degrees or more.  
there some neighborhood boys who can shovel for you?  When we lived in a
neighborhood and had sons, they used to set out with shovels to pick up a
little spending money.  I guess that dates me - kids nowadays don't seem
motivated that way.

In a message dated 01/23/2005 9:47:53 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
EvaTEsq@aol.com writes:
Ain't that the truth!  Some of the areas that I had shoveled last night, the 
snow has now drifted in to fill.  Thanks, I'll be careful.  

It's about 19 degrees here, but I'm sure with the wind it feels like -2.

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