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Re: Oops...

In a message dated 03/07/2001 4:37:24 PM Central Standard Time, 
saluki13@mediaone.net writes:

<< that was supposed to be two FEET of snow, not two inches. :) >>

The first thought that popped into my mind about your 2" of snow and all the 
powerlines going down -- was that they must put things together down your way 
with "Masking Tap."
Two feet is a good amount of snow if its the wet stuff, I just hate to shovel 
the wet heavy snows of spring.  The soft fluffy stuff we get in the middle of 
winter when it is cold presents no problems.

Hope every thing is up and running soon for you.

take care 
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