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Re: list

No, but I heard the Kemah dock was 10 feet under water which is where
Scottie Baugh usually docks. I'm sure she got out before the storm hit,
but as soon as I heard that, my heart sank. BTW, my friend Susan from
Goodwater AL will join as soon as she gets a computer. She's awesome for
a relative beginner.

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "Kitty" <kmrsy@comcast.net>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Tue, 15 Jul 2003 22:10:42 -0500

>>... Someday we
>> need a list of where everyone is from, as I get confused easily!
>> Donna
>It's getting less confusing though because there's quite a few people who've
>dropped out over time.  Has anyone heard from Georgene or Claire or
>Margaret?  I understand people needing to get away for awhile; I expect Jim
>will be back eventually.  But still, it wouldn't hurt to have some new blood
>How do you suppose people get new members for a list like this?  I'm sure
>word-of-mouth brings some in.  I took a look at the how to subscribe page at
>hort.net at:
>but gardenchat isn't listed, so even if someone wanted to join, they'd have
>to know someone who knew someone who could get the address.
>I'd like to see this continue for many years to come, but new people bring
>fresh material and a chance to rehash old discussions for their benefit.  I
>know I'll always have questions to ask and you all will always be willing
>and able to give me a hand, but I really enjoy it when someone new puts
>their toe in the water and says, "Hi, I'm new and I was wondering if any of
>you could help me with....."
>We used to number over 100, with at least 50 active.  I think we're
>dwindling.   Any thoughts out there on expanding this group?
>To sign-off this list, send email to majordomo@hort.net with the

Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A


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