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Re: hum....

Jeeze, Libby, I was out most of Sat. freezing my rear off doing some
pruning...had thought it was to be warm, but it sure didn't make it
in my book.  That wind was awful.  I guess it was warm compared to
what we've been having, but I had thought it was gonna be mid
50s....no way! :-(  Now, next weekend may be in the 50s after we have
a cold week with whatever comes our way tomorrow.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Libby Valentine <L_Valentine@adelphia.net>
> I'm just checking in - for once this month home from work almost in
time to
> make dinner...
> We had a lovely warm (50s) weekend but the rest of the week is
> below freezing with some more winter precip tomorrow.  At least
most of the
> snow/ice is gone.  Birds were singing this morning.

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