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Merry Christmas from the desert.

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Picking up four palms from Mesquite NV, and delivering them to St. George UT on Christmas eve.  

It seemed notable.

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Merry Christmas to you too!
In southern Missouri, who only knows why, the snow and cold has broken, it's 65+ outside, I'm out in a tank top planting sunchokes! :D
Cold and snow will be back soon, but it's a nice break. Snow started VERY early this year, I had no cleanup done when it hit, was doing good to do what HAD to be done.
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Merry Christmas, Everyone! Supposed to get up to 67° here, today, so I'm going to try to get out and finish the goat paddock, lol!
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