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Re: Catchup


I've actually seen the rear wipe on show horses before they go "on
stage"...the ultimate in clean up:-)

No, no cabins when we used to go to Backbone; actually, not much but
a few picnic tables and some outhouse facilities as I recall...but,
that was a looong time ago.  

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Cersgarden@aol.com
>     Wow, I have a lot of email to catchup!
>     Pam, your garden is so lush & green.  Looks wonderful!  I have
3 hardy 
> hibiscus which I have had for many yrs and I am border zone 4.  I
have Kopper 
> King, Sweet Caroline & Ann Arundel.
>     Jim, the tree is stunning as is all your tropicals.  I did a
search on 
> your begonia & found an article comparing aconitifolia & sceptrum. 
Viewing the 
> photos I believe I had a aconitifolia which I talked about some
time ago.  I 
> had cut it back several times & finally decided to just see how big
it would 
> get.  I am 5' & it was taller than I, indoors and containerized. 
The article 
> stated they easily grow taller than 5-6'.
>     I think Marge & Teresa must have performed in competition.  I
want you 
> both on my team!
>     Melody & Marge, early Sun eve (last day of the fair) my husband
& I 
> watched the Belgians & Percheron hitch up and then went to the area
for their 
> reviewing.  My dad & grandfather traveled the fair circuit with
their Belgian 
> horses when my dad was a young man so we always watched them at the
st fair as I 
> grew up.  I saw one woman preparing a hitch towel wipe the
rear-ends of each of 
> horses.  I had never seen that done.  My husband really thought
that was the 
> ultimate.
>     Marge, Backbone St Park is a beautiful park.  This is in the
area where 
> Mardi lives.  Did they have cabins at the park when you visited it?
>     Donna, Perennial Sat is an annual all day Sat gardening
symposium at Iowa 
> St Univ scheduled in November.  They bring in professional
gardening speakers 
> such as Alan Armitage, Tony Avant, Michael Dirr, etc.
>     Rich, Ames is about 35 mi from DM.
>     Hopefully this brings me up to date.
>         Ceres
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