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Re: Mystery man's back yard

There's just a little speck of a person waaaaaaaayyyyyyyy in the back.  You
would have
to have a 20' tall screen to see what he looks like.  No fair!
Sam I Am

> Picture of (a picture of) the Mystery man's back yard. Can you see him?
> and paste ALL of the web address.
> pVWM2G0180.jpg
>  > Hi Bob,
>  >
>  > Would like your permission to post this to the Open.
>  >
>  > Jim
>  Hi Jim
>     No problem here but I am going to start doing a better job landscaping
>  now that I can look out the kitchen and see everything. >>
> Thank you,
> Jim Schwarz  (zone 4)

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