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RE: Spring activities


Melody, 

You will enjoy the garden railroad once your DH gets it up and
running....adds another dimension to gardening. Hopefully he will be
enthused enough by next summer to come here for the national convention!

Donna 


About drove my husband crazy until
> he turned a corner and came upon the garden railroading displays! Now
> he's got plans to go to the local association's next meeting and do
some
> serious planning! Man, are we in trouble! What a way to go, though!
> Recent tour through the garden has no sign as yet of anything even
> remotely close to poking its way to the surface, but any day now I'm
> gonna find something, I just know it! :-)
> 
> 
> 
> Melody, IA (Z 5/4)

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