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    challenge question #2

    Nancy Heilman (nheilman@oak.kcsd.k12.pa.us)
    Tue, 04 Mar 1997 11:54:28 -0500

    My name is Andy Rosamilia and I am in the 7th grade at Lock Haven High
    School. I like fishing, soccer, and art. I have been to many places
    around the world like Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Egland, Norway, and
    Canada. I am going out west for my summer vacation. I am hoping to
    also go to Mexico on my vacation.

    I think the answer to the 2nd challenge question is that the
    tulips started to break the surface on the west coast and worked their
    way over to the east coast. I believe this is because of the rotation
    of the earth around the sun and because of the subtropical jet stream.
    I came to this conclusion after searching through many atlases and other
    Lock Haven Junior High School