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Re: Re: CULT: boots, garden aids

Linda, what a wonderful idea re to boots!  Wish I could do it!  Just think, 
with spikes you can aerate the ground -- and you won't slip!  In "my day" I 
used KEGS that I could just slip on and take off before coming in the house, 
and put them in the sun to dry and put on another old worn-out pair to go 
back out.  Hope my shade solution helps.  The Beach umbrella had a pointed 
end rather than the table-weighted kind.  And I use a rusty, not house-useful 
folding table to keep my cards, etc., on, and when finished just turn it on 
its side so it doesn't hold water if it rains.          Gardening is such a 
soothing activity.  I tell my children if they think I'm dying, to put me out 
in the garden -- it revives one's soul!  Rosalie NR Baltimore, USA zone 7  

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