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From: Irisborer@aol.com

In a message dated 9/13/1998 11:08:07 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
storey@aristotle.net writes:

<< And my favorite Arkansas place name is "Guy." I go to Guy every summer to
 pick peaches. >>

I really wanted to buy a tree peony this spring just for the name... Drunken
Concubine.  And I only wanted to buy Drunken Concubine so that I could use it
in conversation..... "oh, I was standing by the Drunken Concubine last night
and...."   "It's true, there's a Drunken Concubine in the garden".... and so

New York has it's share of groovey place names..... I have country property in
Freedom and one of my best friends lives in Bliss.  There's Horseheads too.

Kathy Guest who has a daylily called Nosferatu and one called Wretches Gone
in E. Aurora, NY

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