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Thailand and Spores

Dear Ferneters,

After flying for umpteen hours and never seeing light, it was the next 
morning when we arrived in Bangkok, Thailand.  Four of us [Don & Shirley 
Callard and Oscar & Gayle Olson] had an absolutely wonderful 
fern-expedition in Thailand.  A detailed essay will follow shortly form 
Shirley.  In the meanwhile, how many of you might be seriously interested 
in a future trip in a year or so?  One of our hosts suggested starting in 
Bangkok and then going to the Cambodian, Laotian border to explore 
ferns.  A very rough guesstimate is that it would cost approximately is 
$1200-$1500 per person.  We are curious if there might be some fernet 

On another fern topic, if you are interested in any P. ridleyi spore, send 
us a self addressed stamped envelope to Oscar Olson, 17010 Surrey Hills 
Court, Poway, CA 92064.

Oscar & Gayle

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