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Re: Way OT - Fedex Ground

You'd think so...speaking of maps, tho', Jim...one of the nurseries I
ordered from this year tapes a map to the top of the box with my
location marked with an arrow...just to make sure - think it's a good
idea.  This is a small nursery - one man operation - I don't know as
a really big one could deal with that extra bit, but it is one way of
making sure the carrier can find the delivery location.  'Tis a pity
that something like this is even necessary...I mean, are we breeding
a race of total cretins or what?

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: james singer <jsinger@igc.org>
> I would think they would all have access to Billy Gates's Map Point

> program. Every job I send out of the nursery has a site map tucked
> the work order.
> Wasn't always like that. When I first went to work at the nursery,
> crew transplanted the wrong queen palm on the wrong lot. So maps.
> least the lot will be right; what the crew does after they get
there is 
> still up for grabs. Sort of.

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