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September 16, 2022


Thanks, Carol! It's been an especially beautiful fall in Fairbanks, and with the arrival of the first snow this week, we're looking forward to winter! Happy change of seasons to you!

Hi Kes! I can see why this took so long to do, but I can also see what joy it must have been to approach each specimen as an individual being. I feel partial to the pine and spruce needles and the cones, but it is all very amazing. Hope you and Dorli are doing well up there as the winter approaches. xoxo

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