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Re: Cold Climate Iris

Welcome Gale VerHaque

  Have you considered moving into warmer climate - such as East Aurora, NY  ?

Kathy-G  sez   "it's not bad here in East Aurora"......

Larry D. (in a much milder climate.....  Boston)


I hear that East Aurora and the towns south of North Buffalo got socked
in with snow yesterday and today, with 3 inches per hour piling up...

Carolyn Schaffner in sunny north Buffalo, NY

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