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Not quite the whole truth (the no relationship to AHS, I mean).  But, the
relationship is one of parenthood, if you will, in that our community had
grown beyond the vision of AHS, and when a new home opened up the community
spun off and changed residences to hort.net.  So, coincidentally (wink), we
started off this list with pretty much the core crew from the previous list,
plus some new voices (whether previous lurkers or truly new), and we are
moving onward.  So Kitty is right in that once we got past the initial
dissemination of information about this new list, there is no further
relationship to AHS.

The AHS list is not quite silent, but honestly I think it'll take some new
posters with questions to get much activity going there.  Since our
conversation here has no message limit and no forbidden OT subject lines
(barring common decency and don't pick that up as a thread, either!!!),
topics can go where we take them.  Remembering our common thread is

I'm not inclined to cross-post my gardening questions to 2 lists so I'll
most likely post my gardening questions to my friends here, but I am still
subscribed to AHS and I will participate as I can.

Maryland zone 6

-----Original Message-----
From: TeichFlora@aol.com
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Sent: 12/16/2002 6:44 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] OT:  OT/CHAT


In a message dated 12/16/2002 2:32:30 PM Central Standard Time, 
kmrsy@earthlink.net writes:

> Noreen,
> This list has no relationship at all with the AHS list.  This list was

> created
> by hort.net as a community  garden chat list.  To my way of thinking
> means the messages are predominantly garden related, but more chatty
> the
> other hort.net lists that are devoted to specific sections of
> Therefore I think using OT for subjects like haggis or pets is a good
> As Chris said, it is for us to decide its content, but what I just
said is 
> the
> direction I hope we are going.
> Kitty

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