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Broken Arrow wb page

In a message dated 1/4/2001 9:32:29 PM Eastern Standard Time, HoroRL@aol.com 

<< Rich Horowitz >>
Hi Rich....a couple of weeks ago I posted a message re Broken Arrow in 
response to your post...........you mentioned a web site which I have been 
unable to locate. Do you have the address?  thanx. BTW I'll be in Boston area 
in a couple of days...can I stop by to visit/tour your garden?.... ooops, 
sorry I'm getting a little ahead of season on that one.     
Seven deer ran past(& very close) to my window yesterday: for a moment I 
thought they were on my monitor ...where does on get those shiny 
....................in Bucks County, Walter Cullerton   
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