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Re: MED: Favorite one! response

Jeff, what a wonderful way to get the young people involved in gardening!  It
is so much for us adults that maybe they will enjoy it also!

Hope the snow doesn't hang around for long!

Annapolis, Md
after a March 31st snow, we are expecting temps in the 70's by Thursday and
Friday......ain't life grand!

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