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RE: Allright You Chanuks!!!!

Here in North Alabama, the forecast is 18-24F tonight.  It is supposed to be below freezing from about 10:30 until 9:00 AM tomorrow.  Don't know how much will survive this.  Lots of stuff budding out, including many hostas.  I covered what I could, but just am not prepared for covering everything.

I guess I will just have to wait until morning to see what damage is done.

However, damage to my stuff could be minor compared to the peach and strawberry crops around here.

It has been a strange season!!!!!



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