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Re: Hello/now vegetables

In a message dated 03/16/2003 5:45:41 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
tchessie@yahoo.com writes:

> Most definitely- I am so happy I build the extra
> raised beds- I've been eating peas for weeks!  I
> planted out tomatos last week!

Oh hush, Theresa!  We usually plant our peas on St. Patrick's day, but since 
there is still a four-inch snow pack on the garden, I don't think we will 
make it this year.  It has been thawing for two days now, but we are still 
totally snow-covered.  I am getting so itchy to get something in the ground.  

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