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RE: Re: the healing begins.....

Well Pam.. it is snowing here... has been all day. Not much, just an
annoying 1/4 inch so far but is scheduled to continue thru Sat.

Will let you know when I can get something dug up, hopefully before the oven
goes on at your place...if not, then Sept it is....


> Thanks Auralie, I'll remind you in September.  Planting anything here in
> May is like putting it in the oven.  I can wait!
> Pam Evans
> Kemp, TX
> zone 8A

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