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November 02, 2012

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Martha

I hope your Sandy travails are short lived.
We've lost power for 4-5 days and coped reasonably well.

Dirr's Ency of Trees and Shrubs is delightful to read though you're way ahead of me in number of pages read so far.

Julie Hollobone

Glad to hear you have survived the storm, we at The Garden were concerned when we didn't hear from you. Please get in touch when you can

Ibukun

Glad to hear you survived. It's lovely when the community come together to help each other when things like natural disasters strike. I hope something is being sorted out for all of you! Stay safe.

Graham Rice

Thanks everyone, more or less back to normal now although the cable that brings internet is still snaking across the ground. And my back is aching from all the tree work.

Wholesale Native Plants

I feel sorry for the people who had suffered from the Hurricane Sandy..I hope you will back to your normal life now.

Big Tree Liverpool

Hi mate, really glad to have stumbled across this really interesting site. I do hope you had a log burner for the power cuts! Best regards Gary Smith.

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