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Re: Rita.....needing to vent.

Gosh, I hope not. I leave on Saturday about 4AM for Wichita Falls to  
see the grandbaby.

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Sep 21, 2005, at 5:12 PM, Pam Evans wrote:

> That's what I do here when we get high winds or twirly things in the
> neighborhood. Lightweight stuff gets brought in, potted stuff get  
> clustered
> for protection. Put up hoses, sprinklers, empty pots etc. Make sure  
> any
> trellises are secured well and all that. Fixin' to go feed birdies  
> and make
> a mental note of what I need to put up here. Looks like we may get  
> more than
> we bargained for.
> Noreen, hang in there and I hope Scottie's boat weathers the storm  
> OK. Glad
> they're headed to Arlington, but it may get bad up here too. Not as  
> bad as
> the coast though.

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