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Re: Naylor Creek's secure ordering

In a message dated 2/6/01 11:15:45 PM Eastern Standard Time, KT1140@aol.com 

<< Narda,
 That would be Ed Skrocki. I started collecting Semps. last year, a lot 
 cheaper than hostas.

He seemed like such a neat man.  Does he have an open garden?

Semps, love the name, cheaper but probably like watching moss grow, right 
very slow.  I liked the orange ones and the fuzzy, or harry ones.  First time 
I have ever liked anything that was orange.  N.
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