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Anthony

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Ha, and your cold is reaching us - last 2 days November, all of December
and continuing into January - 66 to 68 deg.F [ 18.9 to 20 deg,C ]
from 10 p.m to 8 a.m.
More dead Fukien teas and Chinese Snow roses.

Hope you and yours are okay and your trees.
Good Day
Anthony

Normally it is 21 deg C and above, only a day here or there below.
 
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WOW. Hope nothing is damaged, good excercise at least!

Reminds me of growing up in Syracuse,NY the snowiest city in America by many lists. Looks like that every winter. I only live one hour away from there now, but we only get a fraction of the snow. Good luck shoveling!
 
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Looks great. Lots of insulation!!

Also for what it's worth sir, your newest Sandev Bonsai youtube videos are great. I found them very entertaining, inspirational and informative. I hope you release more matter of fact critique videos in the future.

:)
 
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54 degrees F here in gloomy Seattle today. It is very wet but we are told this may be one of our mildest winters. Last week I started watching for bud break.:rolleyes:

Walter, thank you for those beautiful pictures. They remind me, once again, why we moved here from Green Bay, WI over 45 years ago.
Please, this is not a gloat. It's just me congratulating myself on knowing I made at least one good decision in my life.;)
 
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BRRRR! Sooooooo Glad not living in snow country:cool:! Very happy to only see in mountains where can be avoided!
 
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I heard a report on public radio yesterday about beaches in Greece where snow covered the sand.
 
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It's beautiful. How long will that snow likely remain?

I haven't been to southern Bavaria since 1985, but that particular year, there was snow on the ground until well into May, and locals were still skiing on Zugspitze in June.
 

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