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RE: weather

>Well it gained some punch

It most certainly did, Donna.  Passed through Alburnett at 6:30 last night
as 60-70 mph straight winds.  Tornado sirens went off to warn us.  Mighty
scary.  Limbs stripped off trees, but no damage to the house.  The west
side of the house looks polka-dotted - leaves from the poplar trees out
back blew off the trees and stuck to the siding.  I have (had) a 6 foot
coneflower that blew over, even though I had it staked.  Knew I should have
gotten a picture standing next to it.  Everything else is flat flat flat
but will most likely recover.

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