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SJI Convention

     OK!  You geeks who attended the MASS Medly have made all of us who couldn't
attend envious.

     What about my other favorite iris group I. ensata?  Anyone care to give a
report on the Society for Japanese Iris Convention held in St. Louis?  Rumor has
it that:
	It was a very successful and enjoyable convention 
	Irises may have been a little past their peak, but plenty to see and "ah"
and "o-o-o-o" about 
	Gardens on tour were fantastic 
	 Missouri Botanical Gardens Japanese Garden and Japanese Iris display
was outstanding 
	Attendance was somewhere in the 130 range
	It was another great convention that some of us missed

     Someone please confirm/deny these rumors!  How about a report from someone
who attended, please!   Ma Kettle can't be in two places at the same time
(although I'm beginning to wonder!).	

Bill Smoot - still building character  by weeding in Portsmouth, VA	  

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