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slow forums--winter

Posted by finchelover 5b-6 (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 17, 07 at 20:27

I have been noticing most of forum sites are really slow.
I haven't been on all year yet so am wondering is there any activiy during the winter months.

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RE: slow forums--winter


The forums are really slow and do pick up during the winter months. I think everyone is just very busy this time of the year putting their gardens to sleep for winter.

I know for myself I try to read the forum before I go to bed each evening, but lately things have been so busy, weeding one last time, mulching and building a greenhouse that I don't get on every evening. Not to mention the family needs. ha ha.

Keep checking in....there should be more activity soon. ;)

RE: slow forums--winter

The winter-sowing forum actually picks up over the winter. Most of the other forums slow down a lot. I'm usually on the rose forum and even though it gets slow there are still people on over the winter asking for help with their rose orders for spring.

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