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Re: Convention

MRD902@aol.com wrote:
>   This was our first time to a National and we loved almost every minute.  It
> was a bit warm, yes, but we were fortunate to have good air conditioning.
>   As for the gardens they were indeed great.  A few to many for hot weather
> but had it been 10 - 15 degrees cooler it wouldn't have even bothered us.  We
> could always add another day to the convention!!  I for one would love that as
> I got so little time other than meal times to really sit and chat with people.
>   Thanks to all in Peoria who did a great job and made things go quite
> smoothly.  Kay Dye did a great job with the cut leaf show.  I know many have
> asked why have one,  but all you have to do is enter a few leaves or clerk or
> judge and you will know why.
>   I too wish we didn't have to vote on the best in the gardens by looking for
> flags simply because we don't get enough time to enjoy the whole garden in
> perspective.
> There were some great specimens at all of the gardens.  We took 3 rolls of
> pictures and I hope someone can scan some of you.
>   Well enough for now - Just was glad to see so many of you that are on the
> robin there and talk in person.
> Rhonda (and Mike) Deeds
> Waterloo, Ia
> Where it finally cooled down today!!! Went from 90 to 63 after a storm rolled
> through!!!
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overhaul!!  I hope with a new president and vice president in place, we 
can see some much needed movement toward a "real' awards system
Ran Lydell
Eagle Bay Hosta gardens
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