Davenport Iowa Real Estate

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Spring is Just Around the Corner!

It has been a long Winter up here in Iowa and I'm definitely ready for Spring. 

 

Lucky Lang's winter

I love Spring, but Iowa Winters do have their advantages.

Before long the song birds will be returning, but the eagles will leave. 

Lucky Lang's song birdLucky Lang's eagle

 

The grass will soon start turning green, but the snowmen will melt away. 

6855 little cabin roadLucky Lang's snowman

The bicycles will be taken off their storage racks, but the skiing and sledding will cease. 

Lucky Lang's bikeLucky Lang's skiing

The shoveling will subside, but the backaches will go away as well.  WAIT!!!  Those are both good things.

lucky lang's snow removalLucky Lang's pain reliever

I'm definitely ready for Spring!

Lucky :)         (Snowman and skiing photo compliments of FreeDigitalPhotos.net)

For info about Quad City Area Real Estate, please call:

LUCKY LANG, QUAD-CITIES FAVORITE REALTOR®

Lucky Lang Davenport Iowa Real Estate for Sale

Lucky Lang, SRES®, RFC

Licensed in Iowa & Illinois

Mel Foster Co., Inc., 3211 E. 35th Street Ct., Davenport, IA 52807-2585

Cell: (563) 676-9031

Toll Free: (800) LISTING (547-8464)

LuckyLang.com

Don't let this great Real Estate buying opportunity pass you by!!!

Comment balloon 3 commentsLucky Lang • March 07 2007 08:14AM
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