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RE: nursery interview apparel

Here they will deliver it right to the end of your driveway....problem
is you get whatever they have... sometimes good, sometimes not.


> I understand Kitty - been there done that unfortunately. Yes, I am
> much better at getting her highness to the vet than me to the doctor.
> For mulch, check w/ the city you live in - lots of places (even Kemp)
> chip and shred their tree trimmings and offer it for FREE if you come
> and get it. Worth a shot anyway!!

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