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Re: AIS: Bulletin

From: Lorraine Miller <lcmiller@televar.com>

Lorraine Miller wrote:
> From: Lorraine Miller <lcmiller@televar.com>
> The new AIS Bulletin arrived in Quincy, WA on Saturday.  Have been so
> busy I'd forgotten to retrieve the mail from the mailbox until Sunday
> afternoon, and still have not had time to read any of this latest
> edition, but the cover photo of HELLO DARKNESS and the Wister winners on
> the back are gorgeous.  A quick flip-through assures that Terry has
> again done himself proud, with great pics, etc.  Thanks to Terry for
> doing a superb job as editor.
>                 Lorraine Miller, in Central Washington State where it's sunny and
> fairly warm today.  Typical Fall weather lasting into November, which is
> not so typical.  We've been known to have very cold weather, or snow,
> earlier than this.  This is more to my liking, dahlias just barely been
> touched by frost, and chrysanthemums still in pretty good shape --
> they've had time to bloom out nicely this Fall.
> This message was sent on Nov. 8 regarding arrival of my Bulletin on
11/6, but am not listed on Kathy's landings.  Was the message lost
somewhere?  Just wondering.
	Lorraine Miller, Quincy, WA

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