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04-Mar-2011, 08:59 AM #136
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There were no trees anywhere near where my pumpkins grew. I did grow cucumbers vertically on fencing. Made for easy picking and saved space.

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04-Mar-2011, 04:02 PM #137
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There were no trees anywhere near where my pumpkins grew. I did grow cucumbers vertically on fencing. Made for easy picking and saved space.

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Lovely Clematis.
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08-Mar-2011, 02:21 PM #138
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I am spending some time on my recently purchased computer with Ws 7. My thousands of files are elsewhere, so here is a download from today.

Extreme clsup of Iris hexagona taken in Florida, USA.

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08-Mar-2011, 04:01 PM #139
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I am spending some time on my recently purchased computer with Ws 7. My thousands of files are elsewhere, so here is a download from today.

Extreme clsup of Iris hexagona taken in Florida, USA.

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Gorgeous! My favorite color.
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09-Mar-2011, 02:51 AM #140
Loveley Iris RedOak,

have fun with your new computer,
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I am posting from my new Toshiba, Ws 7 computer and from my usual floppy drive, to which I load pix from my files. Not as challenging as I thought it might be.

Back to a string of clematis pics.

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11-Mar-2011, 12:59 PM #142
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I am posting from my new Toshiba, Ws 7 computer and from my usual floppy drive, to which I load pix from my files. Not as challenging as I thought it might be.

Back to a string of clematis pics.

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Lovely Clematis.

Glad you are enjoying your new computer. When I get a new program, I buy an instruction book. That has been very helpful to me.
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14-Mar-2011, 06:31 AM #143
Lovely Clematis RedOak,

Glad you're sorting out the new computer
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I have a 4" thick "Ws 7" reference book. Not enough time to even begin using it. I'll be using trial and error approach for a while.

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15-Mar-2011, 10:27 AM #145
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I have a 4" thick "Ws 7" reference book. Not enough time to even begin using it. I'll be using trial and error approach for a while.

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Beautiful!

Good, the book will be helpful!
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15-Mar-2011, 11:45 PM #146
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I have a 4" thick "Ws 7" reference book. Not enough time to even begin using it. I'll be using trial and error approach for a while.

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They recommend you use the book as you need to refer to something, it's too confusing to try to consume too much information at once.
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16-Mar-2011, 04:09 AM #147
Wow, the flowers are so stunning! I wish I could grow such a beautiful thing.
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18-Mar-2011, 08:09 AM #148
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Yes, to the two recent posts.

Unbelievably, my 'holiday' cacti are developing a new set of buds! This is the third "go round." Never have experienced this before. Twice, yes, but not three times.

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18-Mar-2011, 06:43 PM #149
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Yes, to the two recent posts.

Unbelievably, my 'holiday' cacti are developing a new set of buds! This is the third "go round." Never have experienced this before. Twice, yes, but not three times.

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Just beautiful, this pic reminds me of Christmas!

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Unbelievably, my 'holiday' cacti are developing a new set of buds!
Maybe they like the bad winter weather you have been having.
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22-Mar-2011, 08:20 AM #150
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That may be the secret, poochee. All we have had is cloudy/overcast days on end, with only one day breaks of sunshine.

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