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Old Mar 22, 2012, 8:37 AM   #1
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Thought I'd share a glorious morning here in the Bluegrass.









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Those are nice ... however, remember that those colours will not show here for at least another 4 to 6 weeks

Seeing all that green stuff is killing me
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Hey Gary: Looking nice. Definitely have lots of color bursting out. Should be a great time to take your new camera out for a walk.
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Those are nice ... however, remember that those colours will not show here for at least another 4 to 6 weeks

Seeing all that green stuff is killing me
Hang tight, Gilles! It will be there before you know it.

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Hey Gary: Looking nice. Definitely have lots of color bursting out. Should be a great time to take your new camera out for a walk.
Thanks, Steve. I recently discovered the location of the Louisville Arboretum so I'll be checking that place out, for sure!
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Pretty stuff looks like you went straight into spring after the snow. It's still cool and damp here.
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Thanks, Ken. Went straight into SUMMER! Temps in the mid-to-high 80s the last couple of days.
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[QUOTE=gjtoth;1291931]Hang tight, Gilles! It will be there before you know it.

Well ... it is hard to hang tight ... when we just received about 4 inches of snow ... and it is not over yet.

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