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Re: hum.....


and just which birds are you planning to view? 

The geese came thru here a couple weeks ago, robins
everywhere now, deer moving for spring season....

and we have had so much rain, I fear that everything
not in a raised bed has root rot.... we will see!

Donna

--- Aplfgcnys@aol.com wrote:
> Just a busy time of the year.  Trying to clean up a
> lot of paperwork 
> before we head south for our semi-annual
> birdwatching trip to Bombay
> Hook in Delaware and Chincoteague in Virginia on the
> 1st of April.
> We did get our peas in on the weekend between snows.
>  The leaves
> that had drifted up against the garden fence had
> caused a small
> cleared space that was thawed for a couple of inches
> - just enough
> to put the peas in.  Most of the rest of the garden
> is still snow-covered.
> Yesterday's rain/snow is just a mess - temperatures
> in the mid-30s -
> not enough to thaw.  I want to start my seeds before
> we leave next
> week.  I figure that in the covered planting-boxes
> they will be just
> about up by the time we get back.  I'm getting
> really ready for some
> nice weather.
> Auralie 
> 
> 
> 
> In a message dated 03/25/2005 11:21:09 AM Eastern
> Standard Time, 
> kmrsy@comcast.net writes:
> > ok- is it broke, everyone busy getting ready for
> > Easter Dinner (BTW what is everyone making), or
> > ??!?!
> 
> > Donna
> 
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