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Adirondack case guy

09-02-2013 07:01:51

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All the "woleybears" I have seen this year so far are all white or yellowish, with no stripes front to back. I haven't seen a normal colored one, orange and black yet. What does that mean?
Loren, the Acg.

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09-02-2013 15:10:12

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All the wooly bears on this side of the hill are normal 2/3 black. 1/3 brown. We haven't had too many fogs this Aug either. Maybe all the cold will stay someplace else and it'll be 65 and sunny all winter here..... :roll:

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Richard G.

09-02-2013 09:05:34

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 Re: Early Winter ? in reply to Adirondack case guy, 09-02-2013 07:01:51  
The lighter the color of the woolly worms, the colder the winter. They are light colored around here. We have had many fogs this August, so lots of snow. Saw a huge rattlesnake spider building a web last evening, so an early fall.
Got lots of firewood to cut after the June tornado.
Been the coolest summer and the wettest in my 61 years on this earth. Turned 61 today.
Richard in NW SC

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Dr. Walt

09-02-2013 09:13:00

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Richard G.

09-02-2013 10:43:50

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Thanks Doc

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Larry NEIL

09-02-2013 08:49:43

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 Re: Early Winter ? in reply to Adirondack case guy, 09-02-2013 07:01:51  
Acid rain???

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