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RE: catch up

I thought Fran was on holiday in Calif for a few weeks- month - yes-no?

I think we can all fit in Chris yard, well at least the chatty ones on this
list anyway... surprised that there are 50 of us, must be some lurkers in
here :)

So Chris, when should we all pencil in the picnic at your place?


> Just home from a long weekend. Romeo is very handsome, Chris. Also I like
> the
> idea of horturls. Your deck looks great, but there is not enough room for
> this whole group to meet except virtually. Jim, I want a room like Ms
> Fatma's, lovely. Take care of yourself Holli. Auralie, hope your trip was
> great fun and you added
> to you life list. Sue, did you figure out your microclimate? beautiful
> hydrangeas. Pia is also lovely, Chris.Donna, keep us posted on your
> exploration once the road is open. Rich! glad to hear from you. Has anyone
> heard from Fran in OK?
> Pant, pant, can't keep up. I've enjoyed reading all the emails

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