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RE: hello & election premises

Hi Linda!
It will no doubt slow down eventually.  We're just kids with a new toy and
it is, after all, Christmastime.
Your daffodil collection sounds wonderful.  In a few months you'll have to
start giving us reports!
Z5a, neIN

> [Original Message]
> From: Linda L Wallpe <lwallpe@juno.com>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Date: 12/22/2002 10:38:35 PM
> Subject: [CHAT] hello & election premises
> Hello!
> I'm new to this list but not a stranger to a few of you.  Donna kindly
> wrote and suggested I might be interested in joining.  She said it was a
> chatty group and after lurking for a couple days, she wasn't kidding!  I
> receive a digest 2-3 times a day!
> I live and garden in Cincinnati on about half an acre.  I have scads of
> perennials but approximately a thousand daffodil cultivars.  I am wild
> about daffodils, batty on the subject, a member of the local and national
> society and a daffodil judge.  
> Someone wrote: "I cannot fathom how a general gardener could know species
> and crosses and hybrids".  I think of myself as a general gardener, I'm
> only doing this for my own pleasure.  But after oohing and aahing over
> many varieties for some years now, it is appalling how many I am able to
> identify by sight or make a good guess at.  I think this is true of
> anyone who collects anything.  
> I can offer some information regarding polling places, at least in Ohio. 
> Election boards look for places that are accessible to the handicapped
> for one thing.  Anything of a political or religious nature must be
> either removed or well covered.  For that day, the area must be totally
> dedicated only to voting and is examined before certified.  They are paid
> for the use of the premises.  Not lots of money but enough that some
> smaller facilities can make use of it.   
> Linda Wallpe
> Zone 6a 

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