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RE: Chinese garden

Well Jim, you better get that bus tuned up and running :)

Have you ever been to Anderson gardens near Rockford Illinois? They
claim to have a detailed version, one of the best in this country. And
it is only 2 hours north of me :)





> > From: james singer <jsinger@igc.org>
> >
> > I see the National Arboretum is going to establish a 12-acre
> > "classical" Chinese garden. That will definitely be a vacation
> > destination for Ms. and me when it's done.
> ----------
> Very large :-) 'cause if it is, then I get to see you, right?  Being
> only about 45 min. away from the Arboretum, depending on
> traffic...got space here, you know for both you and Ms F...
> Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland

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