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RE: Frances picture

I think you and beans should head with Ms Fatma to the weeding and leave
ma nature to do her thing while you are gone....

Why does Vero Beach sound so familiar to me... back to the map....


> Just heard on the morning news that landfall is expected at Vero
> Nursery where I work used to maintain a large very wealth enclave at
> Vero, but no longer do. Thank goodness. We've still got our hands full
> trying to put Boca Grande back together after Charley.
> Ms. Fatma will be in New Hampshire by the time Frances makes landfall
> [wedding]. If Beans and I have to evacuate, we will probably go south
> to Naples. To go in any other direction would risk crossing the
> path. At any rate, it is projected to be down-sized to a category 2
> before it will have any impact on this area.

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