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Re: iris web page update

I would love to look at your iris page Tom unfortunately my pc has an 
aversion to it and to the spuria page every time I go there (and I keep 
trying my machine has a dizzy fit and shuts down netscape. It's really 
frustrating I get about a 10 second glimpse before it all disappears, still 
I guess some technology is better than no technology. We have no iris in 
flower at the moment but plenty of cold restant aphids.

Simone Clark in the cold irisless southern hemisphere
Canberra Austalia

>I've reorganized and expanded the iris information on my gardening
>Basically, the "Irises" page was broken into separate pages for each
>kind of iris, which allowed 10 more photos (and some extra text) to
>be added. I'll be adding even more over the next few weeks. Come by
>and have a look!
>Happy irising, Tom.
>Tom Tadfor Little         tlittle@lanl.gov  -or-  telp@Rt66.com
>technical writer/editor   Los Alamos National Laboratory
>Telperion Productions     http://www.rt66.com/~telp/

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