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Re: GWA/PPA was New plant
gardenchat@hort.net

Daryl, did you by chance know Rosemary Kautzky? She is a garden
photographer that always attended GWA. She is a good friend but no
longer living in Iowa.

Carolyn

Sent from my iPad

> On Aug 10, 2014, at 9:08 AM, "Daryl" <d6fabdb31@rewrite.hort.net> wrote:
> 
> I was looking forward to GWA in Pittsburgh but after having to travel
> several times in the last year during the illness and passing of my father,
> I realized that I'm just not up to it anymore. Maybe when I get some joints
> replaced. The last few I went to were very tiring, even just walking through
> the hotel/convention center, not to mention all of the wonderful garden
> tours.
> If I'd known that I would once again be hosting a radio show, I might have
> gone again just for the contacts, even if I had to spend time on the bus
> instead of in the gardens, but I didn't find out it before the early
> registration closed and then we had the memorial service for my father the
> weekend before last. Just too much.
> Next year's GWA will be in Pasadena, and after that, Atlanta.
> 
> When you attend PPA/GWA do you get a roommate? That really cuts down on cost
> and sometimes you meet some really nice people. I've only had one that I
> would never room with again - and that was mostly because she was a night
> owl and I'm a light sleeper. If I went on one of the photo tours I felt
> guilty for waking her and while she tried to be careful when she came in
> after midnight, a party at one of the grower's/publishers rooms was not
> exactly conducive to that.
> 
> Tell us about PPA, please.
> 
> d
> 
> 
> -----Original Message----- From: Gene Bush
> Sent: Sunday, August 10, 2014 8:22 AM
> To: gardenchat@hort.net
> Subject: RE: [CHAT] New plant
> 
> GWA annual convention would be great to attend, Daryl
> But.. I went to Perennial Plant Assoc. symposium in Cincinnati, OH this past
> week for full 5 days. Could not afford to do both PPA and GWA back to back,
> even though paid to do 2 talks at PPA. Perhaps next year.
> Gene
> 
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