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RE: Limestone walkway

You refused to help out with questions? Shame on you Kitty-- you would
have been such an asset for the tours....

Or where you talking having your yard on the tour? Should have gone for
it, they are a lot of work, but also a lot of fun.

But I am sure you have a good reason not too... not asking that!


> The rose color sounds good, I like soft yellows.  Our local Botanical
> Conservatory volunteers put on a garden walk every year (but they use
> to
> handle questions).  It is usually 7 to 10 gardens in a selected area
> the
> city/county and costs $6 to $7.  I've been asked a couple of times to
> participate, but can't for so many reasons.
> Kitty

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