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Re: hot tubs/stars

Oh yeh...we have fire flies all over the place....and you can see all
the constellations in the sky. I'd venture to say that if you sat out
there for an hour or so in the evenings..you could bank on seeing 2-3
shooting stars in the sky. We all make a wish. Very peaceful.

Gene Bush <genebush@otherside.com> wrote:
On of JoAn's nieces was over looking at the hot tub on the deck and
wanted to know where our TV was........ There is the house on one side, a
bit field with a row of trees along our fence line on one side and the other
two sides is out woods. When we sit out just as it gets dark you can believe
all the stories about fairies and like myths... all those magazine lights on
the move... and such numbers. Better that a fireworks display. Truly! I am
afraid our skies can not compete with yours for stars... but what we have is
wonderful on a clear night. Houses are now building up around us and getting
to be too much light for good viewing... but still good enough to just sit
in silence and watch together.
Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5 Southern Indiana

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jesse Bell" 
> Damn...ya'll are really making me miss my jacuzzi. I wrote my husband an
> e-mail today and said "FIX IT". He bought it for me when my back went
> out from muscle tension and I used it a LOT. Then one day, over a year
> ago, the motor broke and we haven't fixed it. I'd kill to sit in that
> hot tub tonight. Truly. And where we live...you can see a million stars
> at night.....and in the fall and winter when it's cold out there you can
> see the steam from the hot tub rising and see shooting starts. Very
> cool. I'm on a mission now. The wedding is over...the next new expense
> is getting that hot tub fixed.

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