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Diablo Views: Snow brings out our inner photographers

Original post made by Dolores Ciardelli, editor of Danville Express, on Dec 10, 2009

What!?! I exclaimed when opening my Danville Express on Tuesday morning and scanning to the right to see the temperature. It was 27 flippin' degrees! And this was at 8 a.m.! No wonder our heater had come on during the night, even though we keep it at the lowest setting. At least the day's prediction was a high of 47 degrees - oh, goody - and the forecast was clear skies, which meant that with any luck I could sit in the sunny part of a front room in the late morning.

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Posted by Hal Bailey
a resident of another community
on Dec 10, 2009 at 4:18 pm

Dear Dolores,

Thank you.

I applaud your writing and appreciate the return of Diablo Views (Diablo Vista if you are in my neighborhoods). But this writing is delightful quite like a story book.

You again today made my day,

Hal


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Posted by Barbara
a resident of Danville
on Dec 14, 2009 at 11:52 am

Dolores,

The snow was beautiful and I would love to see other's photo's. Is there a way, folks can post their best Mt Diablo photo for all to enjoy here online. Or is that too risky an invitiation for folks to misbehave?


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