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Re: BOUNCE hosta-open@mallorn.com

I'm forwarding on this message from Tom Tillery. It was bounced for being
too long.  Tom did you have a picture attached? There was a lot
of stuff at the end that I deleted that looked like picture gibberish.  If
so, you can send the picture to me privately and I'll post it on my website
for people to see.

>Hi Guys!
>     In reference to garden statuary or ornaments, I looked for 5 years
until I
>found the perfect Gnome for my garden. It's a  bronze reproduction of an
>Italian antique Pan. I had a local architectural mould co. make the base
>him to sit on. His total height on the base is 7'5''. It sounds
>but it's perfect for a small garden. If anyone is interested in similar
>Williams Antiques in Atlanta has about 50 different ones to choose from. I
>send their address and phone number if you'd like.

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