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Re: Hello out there


Hi Andreah,
    We are having a stretch of near record temps. I think Denver has been
close to 70 the last couple of days. Great weather for outdoor projects,
like watering trees and shrubs, hitting the dry spots in the lawn, missed
fall cleanup. I wish that it would snow or rain some. We are expecting that
for the weekend. That wildfire in Boulder two weeks ago put everyone on edge
I think.

betsy
evergreen co
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Subject: [CHAT] Hello out there


> Where is everyone??? Frozen?
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