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Re: Re: OT convention planning


Diane,

	If you come early to the Convention, you can stop by the Botanical Gardens
and enjoy Region 20's Iris show along with all the other great plantings in
the Garden.
If you do make a trip to Rocky Mountain National Park, make time for Estes
Park and the surrounding area.  The trip up Poudre Canyon is fantastic and
worth a slow drive.  Another trip that would be of great interest is a journey
up to Glenwood Springs and all the wonderful places around the Springs area.

Hope to see you in Denver,

Randy Penn





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