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Roy Davidson, etc.

Well, its nice to be back.  Great honeymoon, tho the weather
off the coast was nasty due to ?? whatever storm was blowing.
I did not get to see any interesting iris plants in Florida
or the Bahamas, but got to see some great orchids in Florida.

I was given a piece of Roy Davidson recently, and am trying to
get the energy (got a WHOPPER sinus infection on the way back)
to go out and build the bed for it and the others donated.  I
also aquired a BUNCH of daylillies and gingers from Louisiana.
If my head quits trying to fall off or explode, I may find my
way out there to get it all in the ground.

Havent gotten a lot of employment responses lately, folks not
interested in letting us know what you really do in life besides
irismania???  I will post what I have when I get back to work
and have full file access.


Sharon A. Ruck
the herb and Harley Davidson lady,
zone 8, east Texas

  • References:
    • Re: AIS????
      • From: John I Jones <jijones@ix.netcom.com>

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