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Date Posted: 11:35:51 09/01/09 Tue
Author: Connie and Rain
Subject: Re: It's all quiet, on the Eastern Front, here ...
In reply to: Agnes 's message, "Re: It's all quiet, on the Eastern Front, here ..." on 12:21:08 08/30/09 Sun

So glad to hear of some so long lived. I was giving the accational cathew! Never thought about the salt! She loved them. I love avacatoes and gave Rain the seed out of one; I don't know where it is stored but I can't find it!! Found a Hickory tree right on our lane and plenty of accorns; so I will store lots of those to get through the Winter!>wow.. I am so happy to see this board is still here.
>The last time I visited no commits appeared for weeks
>on end. I finally gave up. I heard from Connie and
>Rain today. She must have a new computer, she was
>looking for you guys so I sent her your site. You
>should be hearing from her soon. She has been without
>a computer for at least a year or so. I really missed
>her emails. I am thrill to see some of you back. My
>crew is great.. Maybe some of you have forgotten, but
>about 3 years ago Denise let me have 3 of his older
>girls, so they could retire in my aviary. They were 13
>y/o and too old to continue breeding. Well, one of
>them finally passed away a short time ago. She must
>have been close to 17 y/o. The other two seem to be
>doing great. So is my boys Bobbie and Chip.

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