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Fires in Paradise

Maybe some of you have read in the news about the fires burning here in 
Southern California.  This is the most beautiful place in the world to 
grow iris.  The weather is always mild and we live on a grade surrounded 
by an oak forest and eucalyptus.  However, our house almost burned twice 
last year because of the constant brush fires caused by the Santa Ana 
winds.  We also have vandals who set fires. Right now, I'm looking at 
the huge smoke clouds from a fire that has burned eighty homes just down 
the hills from me.  I wonder how many cherished gardens are being 
destroyed.  When packing all your precious possessions, should you 
uproot your favorite iris?  I guess there is a price to pay for paradise 
here on Earth.   Smoked out in San Diego.  Sharlyn

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