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Re: Hosta Journal

My Hosta Journal came to me in BEAUTIFUL condition.. There was not a mark on 
it ..  Thanks to whoever made the decision to wrap them in plastic - It 
worked great...Most magazines come in the mail with no wrapping or protection 
from the elements or the U.S.  Postal Service so I hope we don't get a lot of 
complaining about damaged mags and then someone else may decide to quit 
wrapping them.. If anyone wants a new undamaged Hosta Journal I'd suggest 
going to the party responsible for the damage - the U.S. Postal Service...  
Keep us all informed as to how far you get with that one..

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