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Re: I thought it would be fun for everyone to check in
  • Subject: Re: I thought it would be fun for everyone to check in
  • From: "Daryl" <d6fabdb31@rewrite.hort.net>
  • Date: Sun, 3 Jan 2016 11:05:21 -0500

I’m glad you’re able to see your family. They grow up so very, very fast. I regret that I’m not able to see my nephews and great-nephews, but with one family in Anchorage and the other in Portland, there’s not much opportunity. 
If you move to Colorado Springs, would that be permanent?
The show is on Saturday mornings at 10 Eastern, but you can listen to or download the podcasts at http://americaswebradio.com/americas-veggies/    and catch us on Facebook, where I post messages about upcoming guests, links to what the guests have talked about, and fun stuff I find elsewhere. https://www.facebook.com/Americas-Home-Grown-Veggies-123495234074/   
Sent: Thursday, December 31, 2015 5:23 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] I thought it would be fun for everyone to check in
I had to laugh when I read your comment on how far the airport is from Lake Lanier. It does take about 2 hours without traffic to get to the airport! We decided on this because we could rent a completely furnished place. We gave away all of our furniture before leaving Houston, trying to stay mobile until we decide where we want to end up. With our daughter in Alpharetta we love getting to watch horse riding events, volleyball and choir. Don wanted to move to Colorado Springs but I chickened out and so far I'm glad, they have had lots of snow. He is still trying to talk me into trying it in June.
How do I find your radio program?
This is fun to catch up!

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On Dec 31, 2015, at 3:51 PM, Daryl <d6fabdb31@rewrite.hort.net> wrote:

Nothing much new in my bit of the world, except record warmth and near-record rains. My husband is finally going to retire – unless he changes his mind again. I had to close my design/consultation/garden coaching business a few years ago because of my arthritis, but I’m back on the radio – a gardening show, of course.  It’s an interview format rather than the call-in show I did for @10 years in the 90s.    It’s been fun and I’ve had some great guests.  
For the most part I record from home rather than in-studio and while it presents challenges, it allows me to skip the driving (difficult because of a couple of shoulder surgeries) and I can talk to gardeners/authors in different time zones without them having to get up at the crack of dawn or late in the day when  my pain meds have worn off.  it’s funny. I was interviewed on one of the very first internet radio shows and now, about 20 years later,  I have a show that’s podcast as well as broadcast.
Patricia, I’m a little surprised that you’re up in Gainesville. That’s about as far away from the Atlanta airport as you can be.  It’s on the far NE side of the metro area and the airport is on the SW side.  Most of my pilot friends live either SE or SW, with more moving to the SW side.  How long is it taking Don to get to the airport?
Best wishes to all for a healthy and happy new year.
Sent: Thursday, December 31, 2015 8:37 AM
Subject: [CHAT] I thought it would be fun for everyone to check in
I have been thinking about Pam…. I hope you are ok after all the storms. Garland got hit so hard!
I thought it would be good on this last day of the year if everyone could check in and let us all know how you are doing. 
I am in Gainesville, Ga.  We moved here to be closer to our daughter and 2 of our granddaughters.  We are renting a VRBO on Lake Lanier, beautiful place to live but we can’t stay after June.  It gets to expensive!  Any advice on where we should go next?  My husband just has to live near an airport so he can fly out every week.  Atlanta has been great but traffic to the airport is more than he wants again.  We have been thinking around Bastrop, Texas and he could fly out of Austin.  Any advice on that one?  We have lived in Houston and was great being near my sister and brother but the traffic to the airports was hard on Don.  I would love your advice, there are so many great places to live!
Happy New Year!!!
Patricia Dickson

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