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Re: A test message

  • To: gardenchat@hort.net
  • Subject: [CHAT] Re: A test message
  • From: cathy carpenter cathyc@rnet.com
  • Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2003 17:48:18 -0600
  • In-reply-to: <6A0E8C4A-5BEE-11D7-87D1-000A959AC6B4@rnet.com>

On Friday, March 21, 2003, at 04:42 PM, cathy carpenter wrote:

Thanks Dan. (Hope You are reading your email in England.) I will let Andy know and get a check out to you first week in April. (I'll be off to Park City, Utah, next week as Gary is in the National Amateur Snowboard Racing Championships again.)
Reference the tree, I would recommend you have a certified arborist look at the tree. There are ways you can reinforce a trunk, usually involving very large bolts/steel rope, but would depend on the location and extent of the damage, and the value of the tree. An arborist would tell you if it's feasible and how much it would cost, then you could decide if it's worth it. What species of tree is it?
On Saturday, March 15, 2003, at 05:21 PM, Daniel Rolph wrote:


I bought dad a bottle of 1997 Beringer Private Reserve Cabernet. The bottle
cost $90. We have had this before and he really enjoys it. It is quite the
treat. The bottle is in a decorative wine bag with a card from you and Andy
attached to it.

On a different note... we had a major tree limb break during an ice storm.
The other half of the tree has caused a split in the trunk, so much that
during windy conditions, the split appears to increase. Is there a way to
repair a major split in a tree trunk or should we have someone bring the
tree down. We are afraid that during another windy storm, the rest of the
tree might fall over. Thank you very much.

Take care,


-----Original Message-----
From: cathy carpenter [mailto:cathyc@rnet.com]
Sent: Monday, March 10, 2003 10:59 AM
To: dan@rolph.com
Subject: A test message

Enjoyed chatting with you. Thanks much for getting the wine for us. Let
me know what we owe you for it. If you have any other present ideas,
let me know. Hope this comes through ok!
Aunt Cathy
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