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Re: OT:No Mail? (winter is here..)

In a message dated 12/16/02 6:51:29 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
ellengalla@yahoo.com writes:

<<  70 degrees is like our July...
 we are, of course, snow-covered and gardens are only in our
 dreams up here in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. >>

     70 F is only slightly warmer than our typical winter afternoon...  We 
were 65 F this afternoon, but 24 F this morning.  BLATANT is inside again 
tonight.  Also, I have a Daylily scape covered...

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida, USA
USDA Zone 8b        Sunset Zone 28

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