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RE: Ceres- Rich....OT

Glad you made it one way or another--- and most importantly, safely!


> I made it - but not by air! We left for St Louis, driving with plenty
> of (extra) time to spare. Actively snowing the whole way - I think it
> was at least 4 inches total. But...when we hit I-70, we were in a
> parking lot! There must have been the mother of all traffic accidents
> up ahead of us. We moved no more than 2 miles in 2 hours, so when we
> finally reached the next exit (from where we entered), we baled and
> headed southwest by car. Meant we only spent 48 hours in Wichita Falls,
> but it was great spending time with the granddaughter, and I did flower
> bed cleanup and planted 3 flats of pansies for my daughter.
> Cathy

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