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Passionflow site down?

Posted by jblaschke 8b TX (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 6, 09 at 12:17

Is it just me, or does anyone else get a "Forbidden: You don't have permission to access this server" message when trying to access Myles' site?

Sorry for my prolonged absence here. Been a very busy summer for me. And a terrible one for my passis. I've lost a large portion of my collection--including my beloved p. tenuilobas and p. mexicanas--through a combination of burning drought, over-water and well-meaning but ill-fated interventions. :-(


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RE: Passionflow site down?

I am able to access it. Are you going here: http://www.passionflow.co.uk/

Sorry your plants haven't been doing well.

Josh


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RE: Passionflow site down?

Hey Jayme,

The site's fine for me too. Weird...

In spring, give Crystal a shout, and I'm sure she would be happy to help you start to rebuild your collection.

Eric


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RE: Passionflow site down?

Thanks, folks. It's back up, now. I spoke with Myles--looks like they had what may have been the beginnings of a denial-of-service attack, so the site was pulled offline briefly. All's well now.

Thanks for the condolences. What started out as a promising year soured quickly. A big part of the problem was an over-abundance of caterpillars. No matter how close an eye I kept on my smaller, rarer passis, it seemed the Gulf Frits rendered them to a stub every time I turned my back. Most never recovered...


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RE: Passionflow site down?

Hello Jayme,
Get in touch with me too. I'll be able to send you some stuff. I have plenty of plants currently rooting for next spring. Good luck to ya!


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