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Don Grant, El Dorado Hills: “I get spring fever bad. I never really get over it. When it’s like this I look in my drawers and pull out my shorts.”
Herb Weiss, El Dorado Hills: “I get summer fever. I can’t wait for the pool to open. For now, I lay out in my yard on nice days. I know it’s not good for you but I love it. Bring on the sun!"
Jack Hoggard, El Dorado Hills: “I’ve got spring, winter and summer. I love ‘em all. If I wake up and my toes are pointing up it’s a great day.”
Jerry Baldo, El Dorado Hills: “I sure do. I find myself waking up earlier and walking more. I’m really looking forward to moving the clock forward.”
Madelyn Duke, El Dorado Hills: “Yes. I just feel like getting out in the yard and start planting flowers. I’ve got roses and daffies. We’ve also got a great community garden here at Four Seasons.”

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