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Re: Freeze

Walter A. Moores wrote:
>         Ugh!  I just saw the weekend weather forecast for Memphis - 35o
> for Sunday morning.  I will pray for wind so it won't frost.
>         When are we going to have a 'normal' iris year, or is there such a
> thing?  If so, when was the last one?
>         Walter Moores
>         Enid Lake, MS 7/8

Hi Gang:

I thought everyone knew that the last "normal" season we had was just
before Noah discovered a good source for Ironwood and learned what a
"cubit" was.

Dave Silverberg,
Molalla, Oregon
Where on a clear day, like today, we can see Mt.(s) Hood, Adams, Ranier,
and St. Helens.

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