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Re: trains in the garden

In a message dated 12/28/2002 5:32:54 AM Pacific Standard Time, 
justme@prairieinet.net writes:

> Eva,
> You really need to go see it. I am familiar with Paul Busse's work and
> he is awesome at it. He also did the exhibit at the Chgo Botanical
> Gardens as well as many homes that I toured last summer in Cincinnati
> area. I love his buildings, as they are made out of leaves and garden
> stuff. When I talked with him, claims he just pours polyurethane over
> them till they puddle and they will last for years.... gotta try it.
> Wonderful knowledgeable man who is happy to tell you how he does it
> all.... If you do go, check out what appears to be drift wood.... they
> are actually rotten railroad ties.. it is his signature on the design.
> Donna 

Thanks, Donna.  I will go see it.  It looks incredible.

Long Island, NY
Zone 6/7

"Gardens are not made by sitting in the shade."
Rudyard Kipling

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