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Snow Fall

Larry Doucette Wilmington, Mass.
USDA Zone 5B  -15 F - 12 miles No. of Boston & 12 miles inland

         I'm showing my signature first  so you'll know where I'm coming from
when I say -  ___"we just received  over  twelve (12) feet of snow___"
if  it  wasn't all rain,  that is! (and it's  _still_  coming down...)    We
call 'em   No' easters'  ..  Only  in this case it sucked loads of water from
the hurricane called Lilly  located way out at sea..

Now I know how most of Virginia felt a few weeks ago...

L L D   ---    :~)

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