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RE: weather

Yipes--- you folks west of me ok? Seen on the news where 4 semi's got
blown over on their sides due to the wind on I-70 in Colorado-Oklahoma

Noticed a few things starting to poke their heads out yesterday, but
nothing of blooming size yet:(   They probably should have stayed
dormant as the wind (50mph gusts here) and falling temps are here....
Friday's wind ripped the siding off the sofits (sp?) and we will see how
the nail job we did holds up till it can be replaced professionally.....


> No green on trees yet here, there has been slight greening of the
> grass, but I just noted today a brave little Iris reticulata blooming
> its heart out by the fish pond.
> Cathy

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