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Re: uh oh

Best do it tomorrow Kitty, after that, rain and snow time...well that is
what they are saying anyways. Don't recall snow this early in Oct

Oh another weather note, although it has been wet most of the fall here,
we took a trip to spoon river yesterday for their annual craft/fall
drive tour. I couldn't believe how dry it was there and that is only 3
hours from here. Parts of the river - well, they are not a river anymore
and obviously by the vegetation, been dry for some time. It has been a
few years since I have been there and was totally shocked. Here the
trees are in color, there, just green or brown... sigh. Cathy how is
your area since this isn't that far from you?


----- Original Message ----

Geez time flies.  It is 72 degrees today but I just checked weather.com and 
they show thursday night will go down to 29.  I guess I'd better  dig those 
tender plants up.  I just finished washing the car - it gets washed spring 
and fall.  I'm pulling everything together for the MG bulb sale next 
Saturday - building displays, hanging banners, etc.  I finally did get the 
lawn mowed on Thursday.  The mower blade arrived Tues but it was raining 
until Thurs.  So much to do, just not enough time.

neIN, Zone 5 

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