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Re: Limestone walkway now Fernwood

Hello Donna,
    We were away for home so much this year that we may stay a bit closer to
home next year. This season we were gone almost every weekend from the last
week of January until about two weeks ago. Kind of burnt out on travel. Only
scheduled trip out in 05 thus far is my usual teaching at the Hosta College
in March in Piqua, Ohio.
    Fernwood has invited us to be there two of the last 3 years so doubt
they will have us back again for a few years to come. But, 05 is a while off
as yet, so who knows? Perhaps I will forget how tired I was and hit the road
    Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana

----- Original Message -----
From: "Donna" <justme@prairieinet.net>
> I would have liked to attended, but something got in the way. Glad to
> here you got to see more than white mulch this time.
> Are you scheduled again? Do post a note as to when.... or for that
> matter anywhere that is within driving distance for me and my friends.
> Donna

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