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Hey all:

I just returned from a stint at Duke Univ. in Durham, NC. Yesterday I
was able to get away and drive down to Juniper Level and visit Tony
Avent's botanical gardens. Absolutely spectacular (despite warning by
staff of snakes and possible cotton-mouth in gardens), and a welcome
relief from the dreadful flood situation, cold temps, and wind here in
ND. The hostas there are beautiful--up here we have at least a month
before we see any pips appear (unless drastic weather changes occur).
So, for those of you who live in that lovely area, let me say thanks.
Nothing like a little blooming dogwood to relieve the stress of the
flood scene. Came home today to quite a mess.

3a-4b ND

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