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RE: hum....

Well it stopped raining here.... but the wind is brutal. Already have
siding from neighbors houses in the pond.... mothers screen room roof is
history, wondering if the trees are still mobile enough to stand it or
going to crack...don't think there is a leaf left on any of them...
anything not nailed down (and some that are) has already moved.

No outside work for me today.... too darn windy.

So Ceres, how long is the wind gonna last?


> Donna, we had a dreadful evening of weather last night.  Tornado
> winds and a horrific rain storm blew in just at Friday night kickoff
> Winds gusting yet this morning but maybe I can get something done
> before
> the ghosts & goblins come knocking.
>     Ceres

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