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Re: Doctor visit/ moist heat

In a message dated 7/23/04 7:36:19 AM, genebush@otherside.com writes:

<<     For the past couple of years both JoAn and I have been moaning bout the

physical labor we do in the nursery come evening. >>

Gene, I don't think anyone has an idea of the work involved in a commercial 
greenhouse unless they have worked one.  I love it but I too, at the end of a 
day after running on cement, creep up the stairs to bed however a nights sleep 
pulls me back on my feet.  I have never worked in one in the summer but by the 
end of May it gets unbearable.  I view those who do work in one in summer 
months as 'durable goods'.  
    Do you use the tub year round?  Where do you have in located?

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