Winter Haiku

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February winds

howl strongly through the bare trees.

Rooftop shingles fly.

This transitory season from Winter to Spring brings with it the promise of longer and warmer days to Guelph and Southwestern Ontario. Sometimes the whipers are louder and stronger than expected!

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Carlo De Castris

Residential real estate since 1991.Twenty years on the West Island of Montreal and now in Guelph, South Western Ontario. Having worked in two very different market and business places, I know first ha....

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