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Re: today

Lordy, Donna!  Very relieved to find you came through that one OK. 
Sounds like you're having the kind of weather we did last year; so
many violent storms my garden was pretty much of a shambles.  I, too,
am a firm believer in underground wiring...if only our idiot electric
supplier agreed.  We were without power for a week last year during
Isabel...NO fun!

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Donna <justme@prairieinet.net>
> I am fine- some things got knocked over and cracked off, but I am
> We even have power and it only flickered a few times.... I am now a
> believer in the underground wiring systems. They still don't have
> across the street in the older section with above ground
> If this is headed your way... might want to prepare.

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