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Re: AIS Bulletin

I read the reviews, generally raves, of the latest AIS Bulletin, from 
people like Larry Doucette, to mention only the latest.  I still have 
not received mine, and I'm becoming miffed/eager/more and more full 
of anticipation all the time.  I would have thought these would all 
be sent out more or less simultaneously.  Isn't that the case?  We 
have hardly seen the sun for 2 weeks, and the Bulletin would do a lot 
to bring a bit of sunshine.  This continual cloudiness, fog, and 
intermittent snow or freezing rain is depressing.

Arnold Koekkoek
NW Iowa  Zone 4  (On the other hand, I heard this morning that my 
hometown area in Washington, around Yakima, got a record 16" of snow 
yesterday, so I must not complain too loudly!)

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