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Re: Woolly Caterpillars/cold

Yeah Tony, it was so cold here I almost had to wear socks and shoes with 
my shorts.  Man, you folks live in strange areas.  Frost on Oct. 1st and 
being overrun with hairy caterpillars...or was it whoolly mammoths?


Tony Veca wrote:

>on 10/2/03 2:08 PM, kmrsy@comcast.net wrote:
>>Why did the caterpillar cross the road?
>So you can hear them go squish when you run over them!!!  Yuk! yuk!!! LOL.
>Sorry about you folks getting "frosted" so early. It is chilly here today,
>no sun. Had to wear a jacket outside today.
>Tony Veca  <>< 
>Another Gr888 Day in Paradise !!!!!
>Vancouver, WA  USA
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