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wow it has been so long since I have visited. First let me say Merry Christmas to you. New York is quite cold. I have very little snow now but that will change. There are only 3 months left and spring is here. Had a good year this year. Grew blue hubbard squash for the first time, will grow it again next year. gonna spend the next two months getting the inside work done so I dont have to keep thinking about it. then planning next year garden and watching it grow. life is good.

YB
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Welcome back Katrina

Pennsyltucky is quite cold for this time of year as well...

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Joined: 2009-08-17
Virginia has also been too

Virginia has also been too cold for words. I am ready for SPRING!

Deb

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Joined: 2009-08-11
Well

with the hot hot summer we had, the law of averages would dictate that we had a cold cold winter.......... whether we like it or not...

Thanks,
Elsie ./.

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Joined: 2009-08-07
On New Years Eve,

it was -25, and there was a warning for up to 75 mph winds. (typical Montana Holiday)

The wind put a damper on getting to burn my bond fire I had planed, but wasn't near as bad as the warning.


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