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Re: Tx. skies

Ah, I like the wide open spaces, I can breathe here. Spent a far part of
growing up in the Wyoming Valley w/ mountains all around, Totally
claustrophobic, like growing up in a cereal bowl.

Isn't it wonderful that we've all found what makes us happy?

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "Gene Bush" <genebush@otherside.com>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Sat, 5 Apr 2003 17:31:46 -0500

>Hello Kitty,
>    Certainly not knocking Indiana skies and the views... Just there is a
>difference. For one thing the vast expanse of open spaces almost makes one
>want to get down and crawl so they can have something to hold on to. Here I
>have the hills all about me.... which I find comfort in. The colors and the
>intensity and saturation of color is different as well. Can not be
>explained... you just have to experience them both.
>    Our kitchen window faces west.. gives us a chance to watch the evening
>skies. JoAn's raised bed gardens are based upon the color that come up in
>the evening skies as she works in the kitchen. So... Indiana skies are known
>and appreciated here.
>    Gene E. Bush
>Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
>Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana
>----- Original Message -----
>> Noreen, Gene,
>> I'm sure Texas gets many more too-blue-to-be-true skies than Indiana, but
>> occasionally we get some zingers, especially in fall.  I have pictures of
>> fabulous fall day in  Brown County with a sky of an unbelievable shade of
>> blue.  But it really was that color that day.  I think sometimes Hoosiers
>> appreciate them even more because we have such a high percentage of gray
>> days.
>> Kitty
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Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A


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