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RE: rain - finally!

Sounds like a wonderful place to welcome spring... wish I could have been
there too!


> -----Original Message-----
> Pam, I'm happy for you and your rain guage...I really am. But the timing
> was
> bad. My daughter and grandsons drove from Austin to St. Louis a week ago
> Sun
> dodging the 100 or so tornadoes that were about and then drove home this
> past
> Sun thru terrific rain storms esp. around the Ft. Worth area she said. I
> am
> just now getting a little caught up from taking 2 days off to be with her
> in St.
> Louis. We had absolutely perfect weather and really enjoyed the cherry
> trees
> and millions of bulbs in bloom. Went to the fabulous zoo on Wed and spent
> Thurs
> at Shaw's Gardens (Mo. Botanical) and had a picnic lunch at Tower Grove
> Park.
> What a wonderful place! When I lived in St. Louis 35 years ago the
> Climatron
> was just being built..now a dense jungle. The camellia house was truly
> overwhelming..both scent and beauty!. They used Rex begonias and hundreds
> of pots of
> cyclamen as underplantings. The many fountains were not turned on yet but
> there were quite a number of people there enjoying the elegance and
> serenity of
> the place...esp the Japanese garden. At the entrance building they were
> just
> putting together an exhibit of Chihuly glass sculptures. There was a
> fabulous 20
> ft tall one suspended from the ceiling in graduated shades of blue to
> white.
> Would love to see the whole exhibit. All in all it was a welcome respite.
> And
> of course a delight to be with my daughters and grandchildren. I thought
> of you
> all and how much you would enjoy this garden..and the zoo, too. Kathy
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