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Re: [IP] Re: Joslin



I expect to have a lot of "totally different" weather.  Nothing is the same 
a North Central Texas!!!  If the temp is less than 60 degrees then I'm COLD 
:)
I was in Boston and on up into Maine about 25 - 30 yrs ago and the temp was 
a nice 75,   Everybody up there were complaining about the 'heat spell " 
they were having :)

don


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "DEB555" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Thursday, June 15, 2006 9:02 PM
Subject: [IP] Re: Joslin


> Hi Sue and Don,
> Yes, January is very interesting here.
> It tends to be cold, often raw, and sometimes snowy. Don, bringing clothes 
> that can be layered is a good idea. A warm sweater and a winter jacket are 
> musts unless you're one of those people who never feels cold. Where are 
> you from and what are you used to, Don? If you live in a state that has 
> bad winters it's no worse here, if you are from  southern California or 
> Florida.........well,.............it's totally different.
>
> Sue,  most Bostonians would tell you  that the streets are a total mess.
> DEB555
>
> From: Sue Kinzelman <email @ redacted>
> Subject: Re: [IP] Joslin
>
> It's not usually so bad..... unless there's a huge blizzard... They clear
> the streets.
>
>   January in Boston should be interesting!  :)
> .
.
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