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Re: Snow!

Thanks, Zem!  It's coming down like crazy with no end in sight.  I haven't 
gone outside to confirm this, but it looks like 5-6 inches already.  We could 
get 25 inches depending on how the storm goes.  I plan on going outside soon to 
try to get a headstart on the shoveling.  Max (a Norwegian elkhound) has been 
trying all day to get me to go outside & play with him in the snow!  This dog 
cracks me up.

Long Island, NY
Zone 6/7

In a message dated 1/22/2005 6:39:05 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
zsanders@midsouth.rr.com writes:
Eva, I just saw the weather.  Looks like you are getting hammered!  Hope you
are safely inside with no plans until Tuesday. :-)

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