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    Happy Holidays

    Just wanted to take a moment and thank Ann, Mike, Shepp and all of the rest of you for being here and making Landspro.com what it is. I am looking forward to a great year, making lots of plans.

    http://holidays.blastcomm.com/

    Here is my Christmas Card for all of you.

    Happy Holidays.


    Jim Lang zone 5 in Ohio

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    Smile

    Jim,
    What a wonderful card. Hope you have a very Merry Christmas and all the best in the New Year!
    Happy Growing,
    Vicki in West. Mich.

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    MERRY CHRISTMAS JIM

    thanks that was nice
    sincerely Shepp
    MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE

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    Merry Christmas

    Hope you all get a lot of gardening books from Santa. Thanks for the beautiful card Jim.
    Happy holidays to all and peace to you and your family.
    tennessee sue

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    Originally posted by vicki
    Jim,
    What a wonderful card. Hope you have a very Merry Christmas and all the best in the New Year!
    Sure should have said 'Merry Christmas to All and to All a Good Year!'
    Happy Growing,
    Vicki in West. Mich.

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    I wanted to send you all a Christmas Kiss

    But I could not figure out how to upload a picture!

    That is a lovely card Jim, I enjoyed the little show very much!

    Let's try a link to see if that works

    http://www.kirbyville.net/pic8.jpg

    (Don't hurt me, you guys!)
    Here's a Christmas kiss for you!
    Marguerite, GrannyGarden
    www.kirbyville.net
    www.tex-la.net

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    OH NO!

    Marguerite,

    That is such a good likeness of you, I thought you were much older than that.


    What fun,

    I hope each one of you has a wonderful Christmas this year, it seems to have put everyone in such a good mood. I really love the Christmas season and all the meaning behind it.

    I would like to thank all of you (that would yawl for my neighbors down here) for sharing your selves and insights into the great world of gardening over the past year. Looking forward to some really good posts this comming year - Happy New Year!

    By the way Marguerite, I know that's not you. Thanks again!
    Tom W
    Aching Back Farm

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    SUNSCREEN

    Hey margerite ,i think its too late for sunscreen.
    hey Tom usen's in the north wish yawl in the south a Happy New Year.
    Ann were supposed to get snow tonite along with freezing rain.
    cant make snow men in that weather.
    i make snow women. it just takes 2 extra snow cones you know.

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    Merry Christmas

    To All,
    Greetings To all of you from middle TENNESSEE.I'm trying to talk myself into going to the Ohio nursery show,if I do I hope to meet some of you'al.
    William B.

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    hope to see you there

    WE WILL LEAVE A LIGHT ON FOR YA.

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    Happy holidays

    William, Are you from down McMinnville way? I'm in notheast Tennessee so we're sorta neighbors I guess.
    Shepp, I think you made me blush.
    Merry Christmas to all. I really enjoy talking to you guys.
    tennessee sue

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    Sue,

    My thoughts, exactly, but knowing Shepp, she is wearing overalls, ie., bibbs...

    And for all that do not know... Shepp is making fun of my one and only time to even attempt to make a snowman. I will let you take a peak, but promise not to laugh! I had no clue you were supposed to roll the stuff. And how in the world do you roll snow on top of a car?



    So, now you all know!
    Ann B.
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    Gulf Coast


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    Sue,
    I live in Joelton,Tn.Its a little town 18 miles northwest of Nashville,Tn. off of I-24 going towards Clarksville,Tn.I live about 100 miles from Mcminnville,Tn.,Igo there often buying plants and stuff from Morton's Wholesale.
    Where do you live in Tennessee?
    Thanks
    William B.

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    Tullahoma

    William and Sue!

    I spent numerous weeks on assignment in a little town called Tullahoma, TN. What I remember the most are the beautfiful trees and shrubbery, the great Barbeque Pork and CB parties in the parking lot of the local shopping center...

    And I do believe one of our Landspro members is from Tullahoma!

    Beautiful Country!
    Ann B.
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    Hi William. I am from BlountvilleTn. Which is close to Bristol. The only thing anyone from out of town that would tell anyone where that is is Bristol International Raceway (Nascar). We live about 5 miles from it and can here the gentlemen start their engines.
    We order from several places in McMinnville which is why I asked but not familiar with Mortons. Do they have a website or Phone# and I'll check them out.
    Ann your little man is very handsome, I can see why you are so proud of him. Does he have a green thumb also?
    Hope you all had a great Christmas. We got lots of goodies. We got a great nursery cart, garden books,watering wands and other great stuff. We had a loveky time with family and just enough snow for a white Christmas.
    tennessee sue

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