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Re: RE: who ever happens to be on line at the moment......

It was quite nice here and we are enjoying the same weather :)

Normally we also don't get to see night time events, always raining or cloudy. But last night, we finally did!

LOL! it is only 8am here now....


> At 8:30 a.m. it's 47 F. this a.m.  Not bad for this time of year!  I'll take
> it.  Schools are on a 2 hour delay for dense fog after a couple days of
> rain.  It's hard to see the street much less the sky.  It's almost as bad as
> last night!  Sorry I missed the eclipse.  I understand about 30 miles north
> of here, it was quite visible. 
> Blessings,
> Bonnie (SW OH - zone 5)

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