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some days are good......

Out working in the garden today, and decided to move some daylilies to
another area. (long story why, realize it is the wrong time, but I am
home, it is cool out, ground saturated..)

Anyways! As I was separating a bunch, ran into something... LOL! I had
marked these suckers with qtr pieces of left over paver bricks and I can
still read the names! I totally forgot I did that five years ago!
Guessing the mulch layers decomposed buried them and they expanded
around the stones... So right in the middle of the clump of lily is the

I just can't believe it! <LOL>

Ok- breaks over, back to the garden :)

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