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three ducks in the river. They resort to those parts necessarily which
are open, which are near the houses. I always see them in the fall as
long as the river and ponds are open, and, that being the case all this
winter (almost), they have not all gone further south.
The thickest ice I have seen this winter is full nine inches.
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