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Re: ponds/code

In a message dated 7/1/03 7:31:23 AM, TeichFlora@aol.com writes:

<<  But since most all backyards are fenced in here >>

This is not common practice here.  I have heard from others who have moved to 
Iowa from other parts of our country, fences are common.  I have a living 
fence around parts of the yard as it is a part of my landscape/garden but not for 
the purpose of keeping anyone out.  Is this due to the fact we are told we 
are open, friendly people in the heartland and less crime?  Melody would live in 
this same openness.
    Kitty, are fences common in your area?
    BTW, we haven't heard much from Melody lately.  Maybe, she is tied up in 
the garden.

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