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Gobbler's Knob



Punxsutawney Phil burrows low until that day he comes to show will the Winter snow persist or will the Springtime warmth insist Before the Winter sunrise calls from deep within his burrowed halls Phil appears quite proud and strong to see if Winters wrath has gone ...And if by chance no shadows peer the anxious crowd shall surely cheer for Spring will come in brilliant light with pastel colors glowing bright

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