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Re: back to gardening....

In a message dated 8/17/06 12:00:45 PM, cyndi.johnson@edwards.af.mil writes:

> The trick is to figure out why they're for sale.

Cyndi, is the price of hay the reason?   My brother who lives on a mountain 
side acreage in Morgan Hill, Calif talks of the expense of hay there.
     Sounds like your growing season has been rough.   The heat & lack of 
moisture has made gardening a real task here this season however we have rcd rain 
yesterday and today and the temps are lower.

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