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Re: Spring

Might think landscaping timbers as they hold up better
in the moist conditions and they will be having them
on sale soon.

of course in my endless supplies of everything, sigh,
I do have a zillion and one deck boards I would
consider selling very cheap VBG

who's DH called a short time ago telling me about all
this stuff the inspector gave him today... geesh, just
what I need 3 more TV, microwave, coffee pot, and who
knows what... a truck full... I am NOT happy!

> I haven't moved all of the plants inside yet (what's
> in there is barely 
> anything); I need to buy some more 2x4x8s first.
> Chris

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