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Earl of Essex lost to the snow

We got an unexpected dump of snow last night. It hardly ever snows here 
especially not before Thanksgiving. I know the weather man said it might snow, 
but they are never right! Unfortunately they were right this time and I didn't 
bring Earl of Essex in to try to force the bloom. Now I will have to wait 
until next spring! Darn!

Jefrie Jenkins
Kent, Wa zone 5 where with 6 inches of new snow, and the city is all tied up, 
nobody knows what to do when it snows here!
e-mail: Leon_Adams_Jr@MSN.com

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