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RE: today in zone 5....

Well I gave up and came in to cook. Got about 3/4 of the bed done correctly
and the rest just got 'what was needed' done. I am sore and tired now, but
it sure felt good getting my hands in that dirt! Guessing I am getting too
old for this gardening thing.... the darn bed is only 40ft by 3-6 ft wide
depending on where you are at in it.... The weeds definitely crowded many
things out.... so they had to go! Do you know some of those darn weeds roots
went down a good three ft! But I got it all!


> I never get enough done, Donna.  I would think for the most part, now is a
> fine time to move those plants
> Kitty
> neIN, Z5

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