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Who at the spring MTPS had...

Posted by tlfox 7b-8a (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 9, 10 at 14:24

the photos of the humongous Brugs they grew? Seems like it was a nice guy with a big camera that brought me a Ruella.

I am trying to make notes for spring when it's time for the swap again. There are things on my wish list that probably don't fair well in replanting in the fall...so I am holding out on those wishes until spring. :D

I am so glad to see a few getting excited about swap time. I hope we start seeing more people putting up their lists soon. HeeHee...I guess this is what happens when you squeak in at the last couple of weeks before the swap. I didn't have time in the spring to get wired up waiting until swap time.

Is it October yet?

Tiffany


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RE: Who at the spring MTPS had...

Thhhaaaaaaat would be me.

How may I help you? :-)


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