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Re: weather

No salt used here either, but didn't find that odd at all.  I thought  the 
use of salt for ice/snow had been illegal for decades??  I know in  Germany it 
was made illegal to use salt on the roads and sidewalks 20+ years  ago, due to 
the harm to the environment, dog's feet, etc.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 12/15/2008 10:43:39 AM Central Standard Time,  
islandjim1@comcast.net writes:

When I  was getting my first cup of coffee this AM, I looked out the  
back  door to see about 3 inches of snow on the table on the deck. No  
snow  plows here, and Oregon is too green to salt, so we'll probably  
see  it laying around for a while. Right now the sun's out, but it's  
only  23 degrees, so not much chance it will melt anytime  soon.

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