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I've got a Virginia Creeper out in my greenhouse that I just brought home, it was one that came up on it's own in my grandmas flower pot, and she had transplanted it to a pot of it's own for me! :)

I think I'll put it along the garden fence so it can grow on it!

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Ooo, a Surprise!

Surprises are the best!!

The creeper turns a nice shade in autumn, and makes for nice pictures against tree trunks and fences. :)

Larry, were you affected at all by the tornado that blew thru Billings? Hope all is okay. I watched the video and couldn't believe the number of people still driving past it! Yikes, not for me.

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Billings is about,,,

60 miles from me.

There were several other tornadoes reported near Billings on the same day!

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It's Always A Little Shocking ...

... at the beginning of the season for tornadoes to crop up so far north, it's just not in the traditional "alley" of twisters!!

Minnesota had a coupla doozeys too before the Billings ones, but I checked on my uncle-aunt-cousin, they were well east. PHEW!


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