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Re: try try again


From: z88keys@mindspring.com (L.Zurbrigg)

>From: ras357@juno.com (r a s)
>
>I will post this again......I am looking  for TB variety common in the
>early 1970's.
>We originally purchased these from MR MORGAN in Walla Walla, Washington,
>so perhaps those of you in the Pacific NWest,  have these hiding in your
>Grandma's yard?
>They are the following:
>X-RATED
>SCENTED OPALS
>TIBETIAN TREASURE
>JARKATA or
>CRINKLED JOY or LILAC
>I appreciate the feedback I received from some, so I thought I would try
>one last time....
>If you have these and are willing to SELL or TRADE please contact me at
>ras357@juno.com
>thanks
>Rod Suchy
>Wichita, Kansas
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Dear Rod:  I wish I could tell you that I still have TIBETAN TREASURE, an
early introduction of mine, - - but I do not nor do I know who might have
it,unless it was in the bunch that I sent to Donald.  Lloyd Zurbrigg in
Durham NC



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