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RE: Strybing plant sale- by luck!

Looks like an interesting place Theresa.... and acquiring all those
plants with DH blessing must have made your day... it would have made
mine ;)


> Hi all-
> Well I took my test this morning.  Not too bad- we'll see how the
score is
> in a few weeks.  I didn't make it over to the Oakland farmer's marker,
> I
> don't know if DF made it or not (or how his daughter is).  But....My
> husband
> wanted to go to the planetarium and aquarium in Golden Gate park. So,
> the
> way into the park, trying to find both of the above, we came across
> Strybing
> garden and they were having a PLANT SALE (big huge sign on their front
> gate).  So I said STOP! We have to go in.  

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