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OT: Deja Vu Conundrum


Lois:

Your recent message to the List showed up in my inbox
bearing the date "Thursday, January 1, 998".

How did you create such a blast from the past?

Jeff Walters
in northern Utah
USDA Zone 4 - where there are no signs of spring as
yet

--- LOIS COOK <loiscook@saber.net> wrote:

> Hi,
> A"lurker" flushed out by Christian's great comment:
> "a show stalk is one that makes it to a show"  I am
> still
> smiling--actually LOL!  All shows are a "crap-shoot"
> basically.  Of course
> good culture counts and buying the
> "right irirs (s)--the ones judges know and like--but
> with
> everything else being equal in the end it depends on
> the
> weather, whether your car can carry 30 stalks
> without
> wiping off their little heads or the dog doesn't
> jump in at the
> last second etc, etc. I show , but mostly grow what
> I LIKE
> which are mostly Monty Byer's space agers so not too
> many ribbons there but they are always pretty.
> A sunny day after much rain,  Zone 9
> 
>
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