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2007.12.01

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caroline

ok. I'll bite. How does the generator prevent icing? oh. And I'll be over tomorrow at noon for cookies and coffee, heh. don't I wish...

Steve Bobker

We expect one or two clouds today. High of 78 low of 58. But clouds, what shall we ever do.

valerie

Well...it has turned to a dark,droll rain here. But by the time it blows across Lake Ontario, you're sure to be dumped with snow.
Here's hoping the new furnace will be the most energy efficient ever and you will be toasty warm.

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