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Re: ??????

Not really an ice storm, just about 14 inches of very wet, soft
snow that weighed everything down. It wasn't very cold - even
above freezing at times, but the snow was very wet, and then
glazed into ice.  The destruction around here is amazing.  My
opinion is that we haven't had a heavy snow in several years 
and things that would have been pruned back by mother nature
in most periods just got overgrown.  The clean-up is going to
cost a fortune, but at least we didn't have a tree on our roof
this time, as we did a couple of years ago. 
In a message dated 3/8/2010 6:40:35 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
gardenqueen@gmail.com writes:

Auralie - so sorry to hear about your trees, big ice storm up there?

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