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Re: temps/ Ceres

Ceres, let me know a bit in advance if you do make it down this way.  
Hopefully I'll be in town this time, would love to meet you.  Leave some room in your 
suitcase for some plants.
The info came from an official Houston website.  Pam and I had just had a 
discussion about Houston, size, traffic, etc. so it was right at my fingertips.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 6/1/2003 11:02:41 PM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

> << Houston covers 8,778 square miles, an area slightly smaller than 
> Massachusetts but larger than New Jersey. >>
> I will need to observe more closely next time I visit which I would love to 
> go to the Intl Quilt Show again this fall.
>   Ceres

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