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RE: messages

Patti, I think the only problem with the list is that nobody's had much to say 
for the past few days.  And I think the weird weather all over has had 
something to do with it.  AND, as I told Griff, I think it's a mail server 
conspiracy.  But I believe you'll find the volume picking up now.

Barb in Santa Fe, and isn't it fascinating how similar the conditions are so 
far apart when we're both in the same zone?  We too have snow-covered hills 
and hard freezes this morning and tomorrow.

From: 	iris-l@rt66.com on behalf of Wenham
Sent: 	Monday, October 13, 1997 9:58 AM
To: 	Multiple recipients of list
Subject: 	messages


Is there a problem with the Iris list or perhaps my connection to it?  The
last digest I received was #793 with 3 messages.  The last one was from
Anner and was dated: 2:04 PM October 10, 1997.  Should I go off the digest
mode or was I inadvertantly dropped from it?  

Heavy frost has ended the blooming season of all but the heartiest of Mums
here.  There is snow on the higher surrounding hills.

Patti <pwenham@northcascades.net>
USDA zone 5

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