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Re: new kid on the block

In a message dated 12/30/99 5:32:13 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
zumach@execpc.com writes:

<< It is apparent that many of you have friendships and acquaintances of many 
years duration and know each others gardening involvement.  >>

Welcome Hank,

You have been at this hosta thing much longer than I have, you must be shy, 
something that I have never been accused of.

Even thought I have only known these people for a short while I almost feel 
like I have known some of them all my life.  I have more in common with most 
of these people than I can list.  

You should pipe in because you have a great writing style, fun to read, neat 

Ah...lancifolia, I still look on mine with fondness, I didn't even know that 
it was a hosta when I first got it, planted right next to Blue Mammoth which 
is never blue in this climate, but beautiful anyway.

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