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Re: Cooling plants with mist?

To escape the heat in St. Louis we used to put the baby in the the back seat 
of the old Chevy about 10 pm and drive out of the city returning about 2 am to 
try and sleep (44 years ago). 'Course it didn't take as long to get out of 
the city then and gas cost was not an issue either. The old timers would tell of 
the days when families would simply all take blankets out to sleep on in 
Forest Park on the worst summer nights. Today you don't really want to drive thru 
the park at night! Kathy

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