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Walnuts and Wooly Worms

Okay, so I've been wanting to post this for awhile, since November to be exact but I was torn because I kinda wanted to test it first. Well, I think the results are mostly in, but I'd love for you to weigh in. I'd always heard, and I looked it up to confirm, that the native Americans and pioneers used signs in nature to predict the weather. There is, in fact, evidence of this kind of forecasting all the way back to at least the days of the Renaissance. One of the things used to predict how harsh the winter will be is the number of Walnuts that are produced on a tree in that year. What made me think of it is that I have a number of walnut trees scattered across my yard but one big one right

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