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Re: Judging Leaves.... much to be desired.

Bob wrote:

> Hi Kris
>         I did about the same thing only I put short boards and bricks down and
> cut them up in the mornings. I went out and lifted the boards and there
> they were, sometime 15 or more under a board. As the summer went on they
> got less and less. That was about 4 years ago and haven't had many since
> except with the mild winter and all this rain this year.

Hi Bob--it really did work for me. I rarely see one anymore, but I still patrol
like a maniac.
PS--great thing you do with the pix--it's very much appreciated. Kris

Kristi A. Groberg, Ph.D.

"My goal in life is to be the kind of person my dog thinks I am."

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