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Re: Hosta People

In a message dated 11/22/99 8:54:20 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
ranbl@netsync.net writes:

<< **************
 I have Rhubarb in morning sun, PM filtered light.  Grows like weeds!  One of
 the all time great pie fillings, if not to sweet!!  As sauce---------OH BOY
 ! !  Large bowl  filled to the brim ------jump in the middle--and eat your
 way to the edges!!  Yum Yum!
 Ran >>

You know Ran, I am going to have Rhubarb in one of my sun beds come spring.  
I forgot how much I miss Rhubarb Pie.  I don't give a toot if anyone else 
eats my pie or not.

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