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spring garden

Hi, Gene.  I hope your spring is going well.  Things have been a bit
hectic here.  I haven't had time to sit down and figure out how to 
make my digital pictures into a format to send - I know it can be
done, and I'll get around to it someday.  In the meantime.  A friend
took these pictures of my back yard.  Maybe they will give you a
bit of an idea.  It's really steeper than this looks.  The daffodils 
have been spectacular this year - and for once have bloomed in
sequence for over six weeks instead of all one week as some

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