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Re: OT : Apolgies and "Why I Lurk"

Aug. 11, Paul Tyerman wrote:

<Thanks for listening peoples.>


Thanks for talking. Hope you and your irises can get back into the
ground soon. That didn't come out right. I hope you just get your
hands back into the ground. Hearing personal experiences and
stories dealing with irises and the people that grow them makes
the list woth lurking.

Dan Mason   zone 3, NW Ontario, Canada

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