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Re: Happy Spring time to Southern Hemisphere

From: Vicki Jo Craig <cragiris@ipinc.net>

Hi Dianne,

Your approaching spring is so exciting for you and for us as well. Oh,
If we could only have both, (I think that's called having  your cake and
eating it , too.) Do keep us in touch  with what is blooming in your
area. Even though we are not there we can still enjoy your garden
through your e-mail.

Keep the info on net.  We like to hear what is going on in the Southern

Thanks in advance, 

cragiris@ipinc.net in very sunny Oregon. No rain for over a month.

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