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Re: head count

Me too, enjoy the stories, information, banter & pictures, even the
occasional tantrum, um venting. You seem to be willing to put up with mine.
I'll forgive you your soapboxes, if you'll forgive mine, OK?
Still warm during the day & frost at night here. Hoping to get a bit more
done today before I go to work.
Judy B
z 6 Idaho, at the joining of the Clearwater & Snake rivers

> Well, I'm still here, count me in. I read and post (too?) frequently and
> enjoy this list immensely. I'm a MG and have been gardening since 1990.
> I've benefitted greatly from the generous people on this list and bow to
> our benefactor, Chris Lindsey.

> As to posting after a thread has seemingly run its course - that's not a
> problem. Marge posted the answer to Donna's Clematis problem long after
> the subject had been dropped, but the information was just as valuable
> and welcomed. If something is really a long time later, I might post a
> new thread saying X subject revisited, or something like that, recap the
> subject and give my new info.

> --
> Kitty
> neIN, Zone5

> > Speaking of who is here or not..... another group I am on recently did a
> > head count and it was interesting to see who replied, as some lurkers
> > joined in. Since this list is not currently overwhelming... maybe we
> > also give it a try?!?
> >
> > So, since we have many list members (maybe?).. can we get a head count
> > who reads the e-mail daily, weekly, or duh! Might also want to include
> > you are from, as some of us have short memory spans, or a tad about
> > :) Of course, if I don't know your birthday, might be the time to update
> > that list as well :)
> >
> > --- so, for me.....
> >
> > I try to read the mail daily, but during my busy times, it gets
> > for future times. Problem with this is, feel funny commenting on
> > that is a week or three old. How do you guys feel about bringing up old
> > topics?
> >
> > John (non-computer SO) and I enjoy our gardening hobby. It involves
> > gardening, native plants, zone 5 perennials, garden railroad, and some
> > annuals.
> >
> > This list has become like a second family to me, a wealth of information
> > well as opening my eyes to new and different thoughts. Thanks!
> >
> > Donna
> > Monee, IL Zone 5 (hum.... do I need to add USA, do we have members on
> > other side of the big ponds?)

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