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Re: Garden


In a message dated 3/21/01 6:01:11 PM Eastern Standard Time, beautbug@tm.net 
writes:

<< 
 Sounds beautiful, Jim. I would love to see pics of it.
  >>


No you wouldn't!

Actually, some parts are nicer than others--like most gardens.  I do have an 
unrivaled collection of hardy native Michigan weeds, though!  (There goes my 
humor again!)

But i do have a whole bunch of hostas--can't be bothered with counting them 
or keeping their names straight even.  I do this garden to please me.  If 
others enjoy it, that is just added bonus points.

I bought a scanner, but am very frustrated using it because the files are 
just immense to download--12 minutes for a simple polaroid picture.  I'm 
probably doing something wrong, but I just don't have time to deal with it 
now.

See ya.

Jim
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