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Re: Fw: Spores

  • Subject: Re: [ferns] Fw: Spores
  • From: "Doret Vermeulen" <cfao@iway.na>
  • Date: Thu, 1 Jul 2004 09:18:10 +0200

Hi Brian,

Thanks for the reply.  Just wanted to let you know that I did not complain
about the
late responses as I am aware off the time difference and the time e-mails
take to travel.

It was just a little joke for Keith because some of his responses came
on ferns and on staghornferns (I posted a message on Monday there)  that is
when I wrote the message for him
because the spore came from him and Val in the first place. I did not mean
anything by it.
Have a nice day!
Greetings from Namibia

Several people, like me, get their fern mail in the daily digest, so it is
> reasonable to expect an instantaneous response. And there are the time
> differences around the world to take into account.
> Brian
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