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October 2005 Issue
Leaves
by Ronda L. Halpin
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Autumn is here and many of us have colorful leaves falling into our yards. What do you do with them? For some, they represent another seasonal chore and hours spent with a rake. Some with an inner child wanting to escape will rake them into piles only to plunge into them. Others will cover flower beds with a generous pile of leaves to protect bulbs during the approaching winter. Still others will use them in any number of fall decorations. However you choose to use this seasonal gift, we'd love to hear about your ideas!

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