[Market-farming] Happy Holiday

Garth & Kim Travis gartht at txcyber.com
Fri Dec 26 17:39:23 EST 2008

Yes, the winter of 1979 was long, extremely cold and my first in 
Edmonton, I was raised in Calgary.  I can't repeat what I called that 
city on a family oriented list, but it wasn't complimentary.  Then I got 
to know the people, they were as friendly as the city was cold.  But 
Edmonton is not flat by Alberta standards, it has rolling hills.  Now 
the east side of Calgary is flat.

By the way, we are now in Texas, 77831, just west of Huntsville.  We 
have had one near miss of a tornado since we moved here.

Bright Blessings,

Pat Meadows wrote:
> On Fri, 26 Dec 2008 11:10:16 -0600, you wrote:
> I lived in Edmonton for two years - long ago now.  1979-1980.  It was a
> great place to live then except for one thing:  the extreme cold.  
> But Edmonton is flat; in the middle of flat prairies.  I don't *think*
> hilly areas or mountainous areas have nearly as many tornadoes, although we
> have had a few in our mountainous (by Eastern standards) area (very few
> though).  

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