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The Land and the Prince are One
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- Date: 13 Jan 96 19:29:00 -0500
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Henry addresses his most gracious Highness, trying to goad his
excellency into mitigating current weather patterns:
Which reminds me, now that you've had your fun, do you think you could
give an August command instead of a January one and clear the rest of
this snow out?
Or he could do what we did in snowbound Carolingia of distant
memory. Hold a council meeting. Curiae work too.
The resultant blast of hot air cleared the
roads for a good day's travel in all directions.
Far enough in fact for the more intrepid among us to get to
events in the Barony of the Bridge (RI) or Barony Beyond the
Mountain (CT). The climate in these balmy southern
locations was far more clement, and by in large free of
intermittent council-generated sciroccos.
(In whom shoveling breeds nostalgia, above and beyond the