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Re: SNOW!!

  • Subject: Re: SNOW!!
  • From: "colorado_2_21_64" <hobbs6346@msn.com>
  • Date: Fri, 24 May 2002 20:13:58 -0000

<< Put up snow flags along the edges of the sidewalk, so UPS will 
know  where to deliver the species iris you ordered for the summer 
planting  <g>.   Dallas Patterson >>

Oh har har -- LoL!  Actually it turned out to be an amazing spring 
snow that doused everything.  It's already melted and the ground is 
saturated.  Big break since we've been our worst drought in 97 years! 
You may have heard about the fire in Pike National Forest.  I'll bet 
THEY'RE breathing a sigh of relief!  ~ Lindi

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