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Re: head count

Sorry Kitty but i think GMT is in the center of Vermont if it's the one 
I'm think of who sells plants by the box in 24 or 48 cell paks.

And Theresa, yes, Maine is very beautiful imo after traveling throughout 
most of Latin America & the US it is a great place to have a family with 
few problems (except cold weather for some) wonderful scenery great 
mountains, forest lands, & the longest coast line on the Atlantic for an 
individual state. Rugosa roses grow wild here in many areas of the coast 
line - very,  very pretty.

Zem, the area you are talking about is 50 miles north of me & a nice 
area to see all we have to offer in wildlife. No sure if you mean 
Pleasant Lake or Pleasant River lake. The latter I have fished many 
times over the years with much luck with my fly rod.

All in all, Maine has been just right for me for the past 63 years. With 
a occasional break (2 weeks a winter) in the area where Mr. Singer lives.

Hopefully,  this year I will be able to post photos of  a few of my 
small accomplishments  for you all to critique & pass on to me all of 
your vast expertise's.


zone 4  Central Maine

Kitty wrote:

>Maine. Anywhere near the new home of Green Mountain Transplants?
>----- Original Message ----- 
>From: "Ronald Verow" <rverow@verizon.net>
>To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
>Sent: Saturday, February 12, 2005 6:24 PM
>Subject: Re: [CHAT] head count
>>I have been lurking since AHS site also but have limited knowledge on
>>gardening. Living in central Maine, gardening is a bit of a challenge
>>part of the year. (We have a new snow of 18" on the ground & a bit cold
>>-   teens) hoping for a early planting time. I have learned a lot from
>>many of you guys & gals   Difficult to contribute a lot when I know so
>>little but trying to learn. I have lots of land to grow on & am building
>>beds from scratch  trying to grow all the easy plants but trying to
>>cultivate a  few difficult ones. I spend time juggling my retirement
>>with a lovely bride of 36 years & household chores & gardening when I
>>have time.
>>Thanks for all you teach me with your postings.
>>Zone 3/4  Central Maine .... Orrington, ME
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