Replying to LO27248 --
Here's checking in from Kenai, Alaska, (south-central coast). Autumn
leaves have turned color and are beginning to fall as the days become
cooler. Big tides (20ft+). Today the wind was blowing 20-30kts from the
North. Moose are foraging and ranging more -- hard to keep the cows and
calves out of the garden. Squirrels are storing food, and the rabbits that
frequent our local area are getting bigger. I saw geese flying past
yesterday. Only the people exhibit signs of still coping with world's
recent drama as it continues to unfold in this permutation.
"Heidi and Dan Chay" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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