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Re: One big tree.

LjatsoH@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 4/10/99 8:06:57 AM Eastern Daylight Time, bobaxe@sbtek.net
> writes:
> << Sorry people. I thought I was talking to Denise about my computer room.
>  Bye
>  Bob >>
> I a lot of us have a similar problem Bob....!
> Lori

You mean...the house is supposed to be neat and tidy?!?!?!!? Great tree
pix, Bob. I love old knotty, gnarly trees like that. Lots of character
in them.

Diane Frederick
Cleveland, OH, zone 5 - where the potted hostas are popping out all
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