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Re: Blizzard on the way, Chris' catalogue

> Well, it sounds as though we are really going to get some winter weather
> this evening!  High winds and a full moon should make things interesting
> here on the water! I've got enough cat food for a few days, so I don't need
> to go shopping! We humans can always eat p & j!  I actually have to go
> outside and try to relocate what's left of the pallets of stone that were
> delivered this summer. If not, some unsuspecting snow plow driver might be a
> bit mifted when he hits a load of river rocks buried in the snow tomorrow!

The storm can't seem to decide if it wants to hit us or not.  We keep getting
large, lazy flakes for a while and then suddenly it's clear and calm again.

At any rate, I bought groceries, some cables that I needed, and most 
importantly, the pieces that I needed for the toilet that broke upstairs.  
So if the storm lasts too long I'll at least have a place to sit.  :)

> I finally glanced at Chris' catalogue. There are a lot of plants listed! I'm
> looking forward to reading your descriptions of some of the things offered.
> Will you have all of these available? The pages look well organized and
> uncluttered. Looks like you are off to a good start!

Thanks!  I was starting to wonder if it was so bad that nobody wanted to 
say anything.  :)

I do plan to carry everything, although a lot of it can't be shipped until
after April 20th.  Some of it needs a little more growing on time and stuff.

I've been plugging away, at it, but I keep finding new plants to add.  It's
making things difficult!  Last week's episode with my computer, boiler, phone
lines, toilet, and other stuff slowed things down, but hopefully I'll start
to catch up again this weekend.

I *am* interested in any comments that you have about the catalog layout.
What things didn't make sense?  What kinds of plants grabbed you the most?
The least?

I do have a new appreciation for nurseries, though.  I'm amazed that they 
can stay in business with all of the hidden costs.


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