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RE: OT- just concerned.

Thanks for checking in Dan.... bet that branch scared you as it hit the
windshield... well I would have been.

Glad to hear all you lost was one hanging planter! Suppose it was your
favorite pot and a plant you were going to over winter too...:)


> Isabel was rather lenient with us. We had 2.5 inches of rain, a lot of
> leaves and branches scattered around and couple trees knocked down
about a
> mile from here. I was on my way home when the wind was picking up and
> branch hit my windshield and cracked it. Yesterday I finally finished
> raking
> the leaves from the flower beds and got the yard and pond cleaned up.
> hanging basket that I had forgotten to bring in is gone. It certainly
> could
> have been worse.
> Dan in Bethlehem, PA

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