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In a message dated 12/7/02 8:52:49 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
donald@eastland.net writes:

> <<Wonder if this Tasco child from THORNBIRD inherited the same growth 
> habits?>>

I can't answer Donald's question, but I am wondering, too, since this is the 
first iris@hort message I've gotten in 2 days.  Is everyone digging out....or 
has everyone been knocked off the air by the weather? 

Fine here...just too durn consistently cold for this early in the winter.

Dorothy Stiefel
Spencer, NY  Zone 5 

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