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So pretty~ I miss fall colors, there are some maple trees in central FL, but nothing down here



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The Minnesota DNR reported that this fall will have the best colors for MN, because of the warm climate and rain. I think some of that should rub off on Canada!


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Jenny,
Probably no fall where you are headed, either, huh?


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oh, likely. im not overly far from your state lol im bordering detroit michigan lol



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Wow, the red leaves are like, really really red! So pretty

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Hmmmmm, what should our folks in the southern hemisphere do? Should they submit spring photographs?

I'd love to see photographs of the vegetation there, though. I have no concept of your plants.


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Probably no fall where you are headed, either, huh?
Nope! Fall is more like Spring - it's the only time of year we might get rain and, if we do, all the flowers will bloom on the cacti for a bit before going back to being dry, brown, and dead



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Nanay - sometime soon ill go up to table mountain and get some pictures and post them

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Hmmmmm, what should our folks in the southern hemisphere do? Should they submit spring photographs?

I'd love to see photographs of the vegetation there, though. I have no concept of your plants.
Donna, down here it's mostly palm trees, ficus, hibiscus, bougainvillea, lots of gardenias, cypress trees, and orchids. If you want, I can take some pictures of where I work, they have some nice landscaping since it's a multi-million dollar community - all rich snow birds who are all rude and penny pinchers . Basically, everything is green all the time here in South FL



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I would LOVE that Solo. I'm excited just thinking about it.


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Donna, down here it's mostly palm trees, ficus, hibiscus, bougainvillea, lots of gardenias, cypress trees, and orchids. If you want, I can take some pictures of where I work, they have some nice landscaping since it's a multi-million dollar community - all rich snow birds who are all rude and penny pinchers . Basically, everything is green all the time here in South FL
I'd like that, too, Jenny.

When we lived in Kansas for only one fall, I thought I would DIE because of missing the fall colors. I never appreciated what I had until it was gone. Now, though, I always appreciate spring and fall - winter and summer, too, for that matter.


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