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Re: RE:iris markers

Thanks, Donald.  I may try those.  I am just tired of redoing the same old
labels because they are illegible.

Donald Eaves wrote:

> Kitty asks:
> >Has anyone tried the Eon labels that are made?
> I have.  Too lazy to write.  Also, I hate misspellings and for whatever
> reason discover that when writing something I sometimes drop a letter and
> discover it too late.  My oldest are 4 years now and look as good as when
> they were stuck out in sun.  So I like them.  It's awfully aggravating to
> try to decipher something which has been allowed to fade beyond
> recovery and I've always managed to stick the maps somewhere I can't
> remember.
> Donald Eaves
> donald@eastland.net
> Texas Zone 7, USA

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