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Re: Some assistance, please

In a message dated 4/3/01 6:49:34 AM Eastern Daylight Time, BDeyes6@aol.com 

<< Good things come to all who wait? I have also had 
 luck with a pawpaw growing to 10 feet in 6 years.   >>

Betty, you know it all about trees.  Unless you want to pay the big bucks and 
have someone come and plant big oaks, still a slow process.

Do you think your friend Bill would have me arrested if I showed up to dig a 
papaw or two off his property.  Or should I just try to find one to buy.  
Actually I would love to have a few for school too, they are so neat.  N.
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