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Re: OT: well- stil in CA for nowl


Sounds like you've been busy!  And your description of the river sounds 
breath-taking.  I will make it out to the midwest to visit someday, 
we'll see.  I've driven through, but didn't get to see much from the 
road.  I do love the way you can see forever though!

Theresa

Cersgarden@aol.com wrote:

>In a message dated 10/7/05 8:30:04 PM, tchessie1@sbcglobal.net writes:
>
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>>Well- we found out today that we won't be going to Iowa.
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>Theresa, I am disappointed but hope something great will come your way.   
>     My garden is gone for the year after heavy frost for the past 4 mornings 
>and earlier on the 29th.   I got all my plants moved inside but the garage is 
>loaded yet as I have been working the quilt show all day since Thurs.   Today 
>is the last day but will be taking my mother in for an out patient procedure 
>tomorrow, Tues start my annual holiday job at the pharmacy/Hallmark store 
>near by, Wed need to cleanup MG garden with my MG gardening buddies & Thurs work 
>again so guess that leaves Fri for my next opportunity to get the plants ready 
>to move in the house & plant in the garden.
>     Yesterday driving east on I/35/80 to the quilt show early in the morning 
>I crossed over the Des Moines river and it was breath taking.   The rising 
>sun brightly shining on the steam/fog   coming off the river so thick you could 
>not see the water and appearing as if someone dumped a truck load of dry ice 
>in the water. 
>     Best wishes to you and your husband, Theresa.   You need to travel to 
>the midwest sometime to see what you missed.
>     Ceres
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