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RE: Sunken Gardens


What program did you draw this up in... If you don't mind me asking....

Donna

> I recently finished this year's "Self-Guided Tour".  Previously it was
17
> two-sided laminated 8x11s attached by a chain to each gardens name
post.
> But we are getting new name post this year and the racks that held the
SGT
> won't fit on them.  This method allowed photos of plants, names,
> background
> info, lessons, tips, etc.  This year I had to cram everything on 2
sides
> of
> a legal sheet.  The only pics are the map, a compost drawing, and the
MG
> logo.
> 
> When I first drew the map on my computer, it took me a lot of time,
but
> now
> that I have it I can make any needed adjustments without too much
effort.
> 
> Kitty

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