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new book

Hi All,
I just purchased a book at the local Borders Outlet Store. It's called " The
Handy Garden Answer Book" by Karen Troshynski-Thomas. It is a question answer
book that covers a lot of teritory. What I like about it is many of the
questions I would never think of asking- in return giving refreshing new ideas
and info. Well worth the $4.99 price I paid.

One thing that puzzles me. In the back under associations, the American Hosta
Society address is 9448 Mayfield Rd. in Chesterland, Ohio. That would put it
right about at Pete Ruh's place. Can someone fill in the blank?

Ray Wiegand z5
Mentor, OHio

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