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Re: snow

In a message dated 12/11/2003 6:20:08 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
jsinger@igc.org writes:

> Hey! First time ever I went to Tallahassee, it snowed. Winter of 
> 1952-53. I muttered uncivil words.

There was a light snowfall in Tallahassee the winter of 1948-49.  I had been 
to Montgomery to play the organ at the wedding of a friend there, and there 
were several inches in Montgomery.  Remember riding the bus (only way to travel 
in those days) back at night and seeing white fields.  My first real 
experience of snow.  A couple of years before that the word ran through the dormitory 
corridors (of course it was   Florida State College for Women in those days) 
that it was snowing.  A bunch of us rushed out onto the arcades between the 
buildings to find that the heating plant had just fired up and was showering us 
with ash.  Those were the days!

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