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The Teddy Stoddard story is an urban legends. You can check out any urban legends at urbanlegends.com
There was a good one with photos of an alligator eating a deer in a local lake (local lake changed with the sender). Urban legends tracked down the photographer who said she took the pictures by plane over a swamp in Georgia.
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2:30 I'm putting my money in for hydrangeas. The petals appear to be the wrong shape for rhodedendrons or azaleas (my spelling ability deserts me when face with botanical names - common or otherwise)
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Thank you Rose, I think that they are hydrangeas too, as I said previously. Others are disagreeing with us, but the petal shapes are definately not azaleas or rhodadendrons.
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Martha, it's great to see someone from Saratoga. I grew up in Cupertino and boy do I miss it, esp with this heat ;-). Hope all is well in your parts.
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Good maEn!! Beautiful flowers. Had a pretty nice day today. Showers off and on, but not too humid between, nice breeze, about 70 degrees.
Have a good day/night!
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great story Susan, whether it's true or not, it still gives pause for thought. I've had a few days off, as I had some knee surgery the other day, and found it too hard to sit a the computer - my leg wouldn't bend. I should have borrowed my son's lap top for sudoku. It looks as though I will have to More...
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I've been here since 1979, and it sure has changed. Most of the orchards are gone now, and Cupertino has an international flavor. Weather hasn't changed much, although this year we had a particularly dry fall (no skiing at Christmas), and a wet and cool spring (still rainy in May). I More...
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Took another look at the flowers. They could be hydrangeas, but usually hydrangeas are blue or pink. The white color threw me off. Plus, I don't remember hydrangeas having filaments like these flowers. Picture must be very close-up to block out the other hydrangea heads.
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Whatever the flower is, it is not native to Calgary. However I found 2 fruit trees that should do well here; Norland Apple & Evans Cherry. Both should bear fruit and survive the winter. We are considered either zone 2 or 3. But we are optimistic gardeners with probably the shortest growing season and the inevitble hail storm or two in the summer; each year we do it again.
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hey, im joining the party look out.
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Susan/Ingham - We can all read the Reader's Digest in waiting rooms - if we wanted to.
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But Kim, you're not in awaiting room, are you?
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Laurie from AZ, I had a similar comment for Martha a few days ago, since I grew up in Los Gatos. I'm stil in Calif. but about a 3 hour drive north of the Golden Gate.

Martha, I too remember orchards, but way more than you remember, since I lived in LG since birth in 1945. I remember around 1950 or so riding in the car to San Jose, and it was orchards the whole way.
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im the only coment :)
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Fi/NT - thank you for your kind thoughts regarding my wrist. It is incredibly painful today, but thankfully it is my left wrist and I am right handed. I don't like to take too many pain killers as I know how bad they are for your kidneys and I am dreading work tomorrow. Incidentally I am not a teacher!
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Sorry Fi that posting was from me not to me!
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Tammy, your lovely Jennifer is on Medium today!!

Hydrangea sprang to mind when I first saw this pic, so gets my vote!

Gloeious sunny Sunday morning here, so off to do some watering, and maybe scare a couple of weeds!

Great Maen all
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To : Susan.
that was one of the most beautiful stories I have read, true or otherwise. Thank you for sharing it.
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I think we are a Sisterhood of Susans, not a cluster!! I was also sorry to read of your accident Susan. As a fellow West Coast Eagles supporter I understand how the pain was dulled somewhat during the second half!! Incidentally Susan Ingham, what does 'dissed' mean.Although my name is Susan, I am not a teacher.
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Yes, bad luck WC supporter,re wrist.Great game, best I've ever seen.I am not a teacher!!
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Sisterhood of Susans? More like a splodge of Susans!
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I am one of a group of 10 women who go out for each others birthday.Lunch or dinner.Three of the women are named Susan. None are teachers!! I often think it slightly odd there are so many of them, but they are all the nicest and most interesting of our group.Long live the Sisterhood LOL
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Make that a sonorousness of Susans.
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Hello to all, this is my first time here
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Amma, I hope your dad has a great recovery. NAL: As a Piston fan, party on, the Heat did it fair and square, its time to support them against the west team.GO HEAT! BTW, your recipes for rum drinks were really great. I've tried a couple,and I'm looking forward to others. Joy; continued healing, More...
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Welcome Marlene/ winnipeg, glad to have you join us. For the most part we are a fun loving, inventive, and sometimes onery group of folks. Comment often and be ready for anything... you won't be disappointed! Peace
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Oooooh Baz, someone has a hard on for you.
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Compliments pass when the quality meet.

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Sudoku is my favorite thing todo! Whenever I'm bored I play Sudoku. I love it!
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4:10 Oh what a difference some sleep makes. I dont think they are hydrangeas (unless they are an entirely different variety from the ones my Mum used to grow when I was a child). I remember the little flowers on the big heads as having 4 flat petals. Ours were blue. I've just done a google More...
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I see the teachers are out of the woodwork again with their fairy tales about what wonderful people they are. If you are all such brilliant,dedicated people could somebody PLEASE explain to me why the standard of education over the past 20 or so years has become so pathetic?
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gettin jealous beehind?
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I think you are the one with the beehind fetish!
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hi beehive morning to you..hope everything is fine??
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Hello an AP impersonator. If it is you sign in to skype or MSN.
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To Ian from Boston - that was very deep...
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