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Re: Library's Future

I agree with Preston all the way 'round.  Bob, you do such a GOOD JOB
with all you do--your judgment and taste are good and your projects
always turn out well.

Preston, I was impressed by the garden on the Ann Arbor tour where pots
of dwarf hostas were hung on the fence.  I think the pots were half
round and flat on the back, and it made a very impressive display.  A
friend in Oklahoma City uses birdhouses and old garden tools very
effectively hanging from her fence.  Ties a lot of it together with
grape vine (cut and dead); of course, she's an artist and everything she
does is great!  She even has an antique manure spreader, which you
probably know, is a large wagon.  She keeps it planted with colorful
plants spilling over the side--outstanding.

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