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Snow Devil
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Post #1 by Snow Devil » Tue Oct 28, 2008 12:11 pm

As old wives tale would suggest, the last few autumns had had many berries on the hedgerows which was supposed to mean a very hard winter and we had very mild winters!

So as this year there are very few berries and my cat's coat is absolutely thick already and eating 3 times as much as last month, does that mean a cold winter?  

Therefore is it worth betting on a 'white' Christmas?


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