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Well, there is ONE good thing I can say about the last snow. I took black and white pictures. Why? Here's why. I took pictures of my gardens...or where I want my garden to BE in the future. The ground is all white. All I have is the background of the house or fence. I brought the black and white pictures to work and copied them (enlarged to 150%). NOW...I have a sketch sheet of each garden. Where the snow is, I can draw or color and design my garden the way I want it to be. Cool, huh?

Jesse Rene' Bell
Where it will be 72 degrees this weekend! Woo Hoo!


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