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Re: map- YO DAN!

Hi Dan,

Don't feel you can't comment on old messages- I do it
all the time! :)

Sorry the beetles got you, for some reason, I don't
think they stopped in my yard this season... but I
have been do busy, they might have :(

OOh... a lady slipper blooming! Did you take any
pictures- I love them, but don't have the conditions
to make it happen.  Although my bottled gentian did
this year!

How great your shelter went to no-kill and sounds like
you got a great lady to be with.


--- Daniel Roman <djroman@worldnet.att.net> wrote:

> Kitty and all,
> Yes, I can be accused of lurking but I eventually do
> read all emails.
> Unfortunately by the time I read them they are no
> longer current so
> responding wouldn't be proper. I have been extremely
> busy at a local animal
> shelter that was converted to no-kill 6 months ago.
> Many issues and a lot of
> work but the light at the end of the tunnel is
> visible, although just
> barely. I did adopt Justine, a 3 year old German
> Shepard that had been at
> the shelter for about a year and a half. A beautiful
> lady and a constant
> companion who seldom leaves my side.
> Not a great garden year for me. Summer was very hot
> and dry. Japanese
> beetles came in great numbers and munched on most
> everything and convinced
> me to give away my Kopper King Hibiscus. In the
> three years I had it, I
> never had a flower that wasn't ravaged by the
> beetles. My Brugmansias didn't
> put on their typically great show, only so-so. The
> bright point this year
> was that my yellow Lady Slipper orchid finally came
> up and bloomed after
> being dormant since I planted it two years ago. It
> was worth the wait.
> Dan in zone 6
> eastern PA
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Chapel Ridge Wal Mart National Hearing
> Center"
> <4042N15@nationalhearing.com>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Sent: Wednesday, November 09, 2005 10:18 AM
> Subject: Re: [CHAT] map- YO DAN!
> > Speaking of the map....Dan's on there.  Come on
> Dan, quit lurking...Speak
> > up!
> > Where ya been?  Whatcha doin'?
> >
> > Kitty
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