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Dear Ken,
I can't tell you how much I enjoyed your garden! It was so inviting and
....what's the word I am looking for.......comfortable! I wasn't afraid
to touch anything. The front of the house is gorgeous in itself but how
deceiving! I couldn't believe what you had out back! Breathtaking!
Especially with those 2 huge craggy looking willow trees. Thank you so
much for letting us come in and tromp all over your lemon thyme!

Denise Nakon
Pinckney, Mi

P.S. The chocolate cookies were out of this world!
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