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    Member brianc's Avatar
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    What does too much rain, hot muggy summer, and

    me on a solo ride with my little camera equal???


    (me with too many Mosquitos bites.)
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    Re: What does too much rain, hot muggy summer, and

    Interesting study Bri!
    Are any of these edible?
    I'll be close to your neck of the woods in two weeks. I'll be in Maine, maybe it's more like your region.
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    Re: What does too much rain, hot muggy summer, and

    the indian pipe stands out to me, like a sore thumb. its the only one thats a flowering plant.... other wise very good composition.
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