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Re: Think Spring!


you said:

PUH-LEASE!  Have a heart!  The leaves have finally started to fall -- though it
got into the low 80's this afternoon.  Bloom season is less than 4 months away
and  I NEED a good winter's rest!

I can count on one hand the number of days the temp got to 80 degrees F
in 1996.  We've been having winter for a bloody YEAR up here.  
give us some of yours, PUH-LEASE??  In four months in Buffalo, NY we
will fer sher be digging out, slopping around in big boots, cursing
the salt on the roads, scraping ice off the windshields, trying to
find the edge of the garden path, 


There is no rest in winter!!  A little cabin fever, perhaps, tho.

Carolyn Schaffner in Buffalo,NY

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