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Re: A Little Help--Narda, Harry???

  • Subject: Re: A Little Help--Narda, Harry???
  • From: Betsy Mahtani <bmathani@flash.net>
  • Date: Mon, 27 Aug 2001 08:27:16 -0500

Thanks, Narda.

Our grandchildren, unfortunately, are not nearby, except the
20-year-old, and I'm sure he would not be interested at this point!  If
there turns out to be enough, could save some for their next visit. 
They want to play with my polymer clay.  

This deposit is probably 8-10 feet below the normal surface.  It is in
the bottom of a small gully, and who knows how much is down at that
level.  Not planning to go after it extensively; just what appears in
that area.  Am already down about a foot deeper than I planned to go for
the pond, but ran into the clay . . .

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