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Australian and New Zealand Gardening: Seachanger picture (TEA ROOM # 110)

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Seachanger wrote:
Moon, I hadn't noticed the comma after town....thank you...I must put in commas and full stops a lot, because it always happens when I time Moon I will Doo right.

Very pretty Marlene, I've often thought about doing one, but as usual never get around to it....your's is very nice.

I suggested to Mick that he might like to give Charlie a rest from the wagon, but he said that he need more Ray was on hand to feed the big fat thing...Ray is the one with the beard.

Jean, I have to admit it, the bag is full of the Tesselated rocks from Eaglehawk Neck..they fascinate me...
When we went there, no way could we convince my mother that they hadn't been laid there on
I'm checking for commas and full stops, Moon....

Glorious day here, blue skies everywhere.

This message was edited Jul 7, 2012 4:30 PM

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