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Re: [IGSROBIN] finally?


Ingrid, you certainly seem to have your share of critter problems over there
in Sweden.  Between the mice and the slugs it must be hard to keep things
going.  I guess it is all relative.  Over here we have cockroaches the size
of volvos.  Perhaps if I sent you one it would solve your mouse problem:)

Robin
----- Original Message -----
From: Ingrid <alfmike@ALGONET.SE>
To: <IGSROBIN@MAELSTROM.STJOHNS.EDU>
Sent: Sunday, April 18, 1999 5:46 PM
Subject: finally?


> As to Spring..that is almost a curse around here! Today it snowed, temps a
> mean +1C....all day, with heavy winds too. I was running between the house
> and the basement carrying seedlings....tying to minimize exposure. And
then
> I noticed that an enterprising little mouse had been eating all my gingko
> seeds :-( so now we have set a trap ( ugh!)
>
> Ingrid in Sweden





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