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There really is no season of disasters, but it does seem that spring and summer, from mid-March to the beginning of fall, is when we receive the most “gifts” from Ma Nature. By April 1st, central New England was convinced that their rain—following one of the worst winters in recent decades—was no April Fool’s joke. It reminds one of the great 1936 flood on the Connecticut River, and the story of the two old Yankees sitting on a porch watching houses and covered bridges, cattle, and other debris float down the river. As part of the courthouse floated by, one looked at the other and said, “By gosh, Fred. Taxes are going to be high.”

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