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Re: front porch/yard is toast

First - thanks be, that you and Sugar are OK physically, even if your nerves
are shot.
Second - glad to see you're getting good advice and planning to use it. The
only thing I can add is this: When you estimate what replacement costs on
your plants will be, look at costs for plants the size of those you lost,
not what they were when you planted.
Third - I can't say or even think what I think of that kid!
Fourth - if I have any plants you want starts of, post a list. Might be the
incentive I need to finally divide some things.
Cyberhugs (I like that)
Judy B
z6 Idaho
----- Original Message -----
From: <gardenqueen@academicplanet.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Saturday, February 26, 2005 12:21 PM
Subject: [CHAT] front porch/yard is toast

> Well folks - some ignorant high-as-a-kite delinquent 15 year old kid
> stole his grandma's car and plowed through my front yard and across my
> front porch about 5 am this morning. What a disaster. Only good news is
> he missed the gas meter by about a foot or I suspect I wouldn't be here.
> Insurance lady just left. What a mess and I can't touch it until the
> adjuster gets out here next week. Got a couple of 4 X 4's holding the
> roof up. Been a very long day already. Andrea, will send what's left of
> the Wild Thing salvias he trashed. Hope you can salvage them. Sugar is
> OK thank goodness - just totally freaked out.
> Pam Evans
> Kemp, TX
> zone 8A
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