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Re: pics. to share

yipes!... maybe you could use the sinkhole as part of
the water display?


--- Melody   <mhobertm@excite.com> wrote:
> If anyone wants a peek at how my garden looked a
> couple of weeks ago,
> plus at the nice little sink hole that developed
> last week and took out
> my beautiful little water feature, here is the link:
> http://photos.yahoo.com/mhobertm
> The sinkhole appears to be from an old, improperly
> capped cistern and is
> unfortunately not covered by insurance. Sits only
> less than 18 inches
> from our gas line so our only option is to refill
> the hole and cap it
> properly this time. Then we have to rebuild the
> water feature...all of
> which takes time we don't really have right now in
> the middle of ball
> season. Am way behind in emails again but I'll try
> to get caught
> up...got sick and ended up in the ER one night in
> the past week...viral
> thing going around. Had some pretty nasty storms a
> couple of nights
> ago...tornado warnings for a few hours; hay barn a
> couple miles away got
> blown down and some trees damaged in the countryside
> but otherwise
> nothing more than some heavy rains. Hope all of you
> are well.
> Who on the list lives out Denver way? Betsy? Have a
> friend out in Denver
> who is new to gardening and is feeling a bit
> frustrated with her
> efforts; I think she needs a bit more local advice
> than I can give her
> from Iowa. TIA!
> Melody 
> Hills, IA  zone 5
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