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Re: OT:Abandoned List

From: Mike00Rita@aol.com

The only thing I abandoned was this machine, just to take time to play with 
grandchildren in the frosty wonderland in Bend, OR where it was F 21. Br, 
that was chilly. 
Now we are back to our real world where it is a warm F 43 and even partly 
sunny. As we drove passed Schreiners (who have vast fields of iris planted 
along Interstate-5) I noticed the iris have been banked with soil as usual 
Isn't it nice to know some things don't change? 
Hope everyone enjoyed one holiday and gearing up for the next. I do hope our 
iris are Y2K ready as they were back in Y1K. (that looks like Yick in a way 
doesn't it?)

Rita B
University Place, WA
zone 7/8 about 2 miles east of Puget Sound, elevation 300'

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