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Re: Catching up

Your garden is really coming along there Melody! Funny how it all looks different with the warm and rainy weather making it thrive.

Cute dog! Has it chewed up anything yet? Gotta love that puppy stage....


----- Original Message -----
From: Melody
Sent: 7/6/2004 5:55:04 AM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: [CHAT] Catching up

> Wow! Only away from the computer for 2 1/2 days and came back sunday
> night to 276 messages! Took me until just now to get through it all! :-)
> Took some new pictures last night for anyone interested:
> http://photos.yahoo.com/mhobertm
> You'll notice there is a new Daisy at our house, but she's not a flower
> obviously...she's a miniature Australian Shepherd that we got about a
> week ago! She's a doll!!! Only going to be about 18 inches tall and
> about 35 pounds.
> In the pictures, I included some "before" shots from about 2 months ago
> so you can see how different parts of the garden are progressing! We've
> had some awesome rains in the past couple of weeks so everything is
> looking lush and full!
> In one of Kitty's posts, she mentioned vermiculite. I saw a news article
> last week that says the EPA has begun testing vermiculite and has found
> asbestos contamination at a level that worries them enough to recommend
> that people who use vermiculite in gardening should wear asbestos
> quality respirator masks when using it, should not shake off vermiculite
> dust inside the home from clothing, and should wash all articles of
> clothing immediately upon coming inside and taking them off, as well as
> good washing of skin that comes in contact with it. Has anyone else
> heard/seen/read anything about this?
> Hope you all had a most enjoyable 4th of July...ours was spectacular!!!  :-)
> Melody, IA (Z 5/4)
> "The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious."    
> --Albert Einstein
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