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Stump Winter: Hammerhead explains in droll story

I suspect the following is just a "story," but it's a pretty good explanation of "stump winter," writes Robert Stone:
"There's always stump winter," Hammerhead said drolly.
"Stump winter? That's a new one," someone said. "What does it mean?"
"It means that your winter supply of firewood is already used up and all you have left to burn is a stump...or maybe some of that old furniture stacked out in the garage," H-man explained.
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