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Re: Winter is coming

I had thought about that.  The drought has been serious.  Maybe this
is their way of compensating.  Hope I don't lose the tree, though.

In a message dated 11/09/2005 9:55:36 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
gossiper@sbcglobal.net writes:
When I was in Colorado last year, I inquired about why their was so many
acorns.. Betsy explained about the drought and survival by reproducing.

Wonder if yours and Auralie's are doing the same thing?

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