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Iris shows

Patti wrote:

"We all have computers, Obviously, so why don't those lucky enough to 
have shows generate something on their computers to supply the needs of 
the visually oriented visitors and save it for future shows?  It should 
not take the place of knowledgeable, friendly people who will share 
information and experience with their guests.  Remember, they are your 
guests and I would not expect my guests to visit me and only read place 
cards, house rules etc.  I would expect to visit with them and make them 
feel welcome so they would want to see more of me in the future."

You're right, of course, Patti.  We do our show at a mall, too, and we get 
everybody from those who wait for the show and come every year to others who 
are just hanging around and had no idea there was a show on.  And we spend all 
day talking, but some sort of written explanatory notes would go a long way to 

Barb, in Santa Fe on a cold snowy night

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