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Mike Lowe wrote:

:  Cookies!!! To view a garden without an adequate and continuous supply of
:  cookies is one of the most fiendishly refined tortures that can be devised
:  by a twisted mind.

Would you settle for homemade cinnamon rolls?  We've scheduled tours starting at
sunrise, lasting until the Continental Breakfast has been consumed or it gets
too windy -- whichever comes first.  Nothing fancy.  Just coffee, juice, soft
drinks, and a selection of cinnamon rolls, chocolate rolls, and coffee cakes.  

This was inspired by a local legend.  George & Jackie Bryant told of opening
their curtains one morning to see Vic Berner sitting in their back yard --
complete with his own lawn chair, coffee pot, and newspaper -- determined to be
the first human being to see a certain seedling's maiden bloom.

The sunrise tour gives visitors the chance to see seedlings opening and the
spectacular sunrise over the mountains entertains nonirisarian spouses. (Spice?)

Sharon McAlister (73372.1745@compuserve.com)

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