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Re: Allright You Chanuks!!!!

Lu ...Did I hear ya say something about Spring? ..Last weekend, we had 
"Raindrops a'fallin on'our'head?" (in the form of snow naturally?).  AND 
BTW ...our super highway-401, running from Toronto westward over into 
Windsor/Detroit and then via highway I-75 southward down into 
Florida?  Well ..there was a 50-car pileup just the other side London; 
highway 401 was closed for eight hours, to clean up!  BTW ..I see! ..that 
*Super Sweet Corn Varieties* are just starting to arrive up here, from good 
ole Florida; and I can't live without it, so "Hey y'all! ..could U please 
drop your highway speeds down a bit, say below 140 kph (85 mph)? ..and 
thanks!  That corn has to be delivered into Toronto, each morning by 3am 
...right, so we don't need the highway all cluttered up with one car on top 
of another eh?  <<just being funny>> but the story about a 50-car-crash is 
true! POLICE REPORT per cause of accident = "Everybody is driving too fast"!
oh yeah, my re: my shaded parts of the yard? ..still two feet of snow on it 
SO: "WHAT does "spring" mean?"

Maybe the ice-age has moved in, and somebody forgot t'tell us?

**** :-B)) ****
                        Bein-snow'd under
At 07:22 PM 03/26/2001 -0800, you wrote:
>...A Freeze Warning Is In Effect For Tonight...
>A High Pressure System Will Continue To Build Into The Southeast
>States Tonight. This High Marks The Center Of A Cold Canadian Air
>Mass That Has Spread Into Georgia. Temperatures Tonight Will Drop
>Below Freezing Late Tonight...With Readings Dipping Into The 20s
>Across The Northern Counties Before Daybreak.
>A Freeze Warning Is Issued When Temperatures Are Forecast To Fall
>Below Freezing...And Threaten Outdoor Plants. Those With
>Agricultural Interests In The Warned Area Are Advised To Protect
>Vegetation And Young Trees. Also...Potted Plants That Are Outside
>Should Be Covered.
>Yeah right, and how does one cover 2 acres???? Grrrrr. Used up all my
>sheets covering the stuff on the deck. I HATE it when we have springs like
>this. All the flowers on the azaleas and dogwoods will be history...Waaaaa!
>Lu in not so HOTlanta!
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