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Re: hum....

In a message dated 10/30/04 10:52:21 AM, justme@prairieinet.net writes:

<< So Ceres, how long is the wind gonna last? >>

Donna, the wind is still gusting now.  I just came in.  I pruned 2 burning 
bushes which needed to be reduced considerably & they had lost most of their 
gorgeous leaves.  I was working on the east side of the house which  gave me some 
protection but then moved to the northwest corner of the house to cut back 
some spirea.  I had to plant my feet to keep from blowing away.  Also moved the 
remaining garden items inside for the winter.  I am in to stay.  We have trick 
or treaters tonite.

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