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Re: Wednesday Blues

I seem to have a large vole
> population this year which frightens me a bit.One 15x4' stretch of lawn  is
> impossible to walk on with out twisting an ankle or worse. It is catacombed
> with small tunnels. 

> Glen Williams Zone 5a   Springield , Vermont.

Dear Glen, I always enjoy reading your descriptive posts. Like I said
before, you are a wonderful writer.
The voles have catacombs? I wonder if they have any itty bitty vaults
down there......

Denise Nakon
(Z5) Mich
(Home of the Stanley Cup)
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