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RE: CHAT: Hello!

Dakota: Welcome and hope you are feeling better after your
surgery...this list IS a gardening list but we don't pretend that we
aren't all people who have varied and interesting lives outside our
gardens, too. We do permit OT and can be a bit chatty, but that is the
thing I love the most about this list...we really are a virtual
neighborhood of friends here; sometimes we agree with one another,
sometimes we don't, but it always, always stays friendly! Stick around
and join in and you'll see what I mean. I think many of us here couldn't
imagine not being a part of this group...these people are great! Where
do you live and garden? I myself live in a small town in Iowa and we
have tons of bunnies, but they don't seem to bother my garden much, if
at all. Neither do the deer. Don't know if its the kids, the dogs, or
the cats that act as a deterrent, or if I've just been lucky so
far...Whenever I stop to think about it, I do take the dog's hair from
brushings outside and spread it around the perimeter of our yards, to
help spread their scent around, but I haven't done this in a while so I
don't know...

Melody, IA (Z 5/4)

"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious."    
--Albert Einstein

 --- On Mon 06/14, Dakota < Dakota@hisword.com > wrote:
From: Dakota [mailto: Dakota@hisword.com]
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date: Mon, 14 Jun 2004 13:24:32 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: [CHAT] CHAT: Hello!

Hello! I'm new to the list. Either I joined a "cat" list thinking I
was<br>joining a gardening list, or you permit off topic messages. LOL!
We have<br>four rescued cats who will eat anything we stick into a chunk
of tuna.<br>Jake is our escape artist. Minky likes to sit on your
shoulder or head.<br>Silver bites my toes! Misty likes to grab you when
you walk by.<br><br><br>I'm recovering from my first surgery and felt
rather lonely, so I thought I'd see what you folks are up to.<br><br>Any
help here with plants cottontail rabbits won't eat? Never got to
see<br>my tulips or many of the daffodils bloom. I hate fences, but
they're in<br>my only small flower garden. Any
bless,<br>Dakota<br><br>http://www.defendamerica.mil<br><br>"I can do
all things through Christ which strengtheneths me." Phil.
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