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RE: Auralie... was.... pots/Dillon Seed Co

Of course now you give me an idea about tires after I got rid of them!:)
I actually had 4 of those out by the lake, left there by the previous to
me owners. I of course, left them for the new owners.....:)

Your program is there, just hidden Auralie... go to start -->
programs--> accessories --> and there is the prompt option for Dos. I am
not sure if it is a full scale Dos shell, but that is the only one I
know of on XP.


> Sounds good to me. I think the miniature climbing rose would be too
big to
> shade it, but you might use one of the thymes or a tiny Veronica
> it.
> I'll have to think about suitable plants.
>  I've been wondering how some of these husbands would respond to the
> "classic" southern planter of a tire cut into points and turned
> out.  You
> could make a real miniature scene in one of those.  They're cheap,
> durable, and
> can be whitewashed or painted to fit the theme.
>    Auralie - who's in the throes of setting up a new computer and
> to
> make and old DOS program necessary for my job work with the new
> which
> doesn't have DOS.

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