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RE: things falling from trees


Sounds like you guys need to garden with a hard hat on...:(

Donna

> 
> Three pounds? Yikes, and I thought the pecans beat me up. And you
can't
> even use the bois d'arc fruit for anything can you? At least I can
send
> pecans to people for their holiday baking!!
> 
> 
> ---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
> From: cathy carpenter <
> 
> >Yup! Those fruits can weigh up to three pounds, and a large tree can
> >drop a hundred in an hour if there has been a hard freeze.
> >Cathy
> >On Monday, October 27, 2003, at 01:33 PM, Pamela J. Evans wrote:
> >
> >> Is that what they call a bois d'arc down here Cathy?  Cuz if so -
> >> scary.....

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