[NAFEX] traveling to Wash DC area

tanis cuff tanistanis at hotmail.com
Fri Mar 28 10:16:12 EST 2003

Sorry I can't help w/ the travel plans, but I like the idea of learning some 
new gardeners' stretches.  We've got to keep ourselves healthy to do this 
work !


>From: <redherring at tnaccess.com>
>Reply-To: North American Fruit Explorers <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
>To: <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
>Subject: [NAFEX] traveling to Wash DC area
>Date: Fri, 28 Mar 2003 08:54:55 -0600
>Dear all,
>     I realize you are all outside in the vastly improved weather, 
>covering as much as fast as you can in preparation for the return of 
>but I am wondering if there are any NAFEXers along my route to a class I am
>signed up for.  If the class doesn't make, it may occur this fall, so I am
>hoping to make the trip eventually.  We'd  have to travel through 
>up I-81 toward Reston VA.  The class is the last Fri, Sat Sun of April,
>can't afford to stay in a motel so would probably camp out if there's 
>local to visit.  Then I have to wait 4 days till the first Fri,Sat, Sun of
>May for the 2nd half of the class.  In between my aunt and uncle want us to
>come up to Frederick MD, but they have other overnight guests that first
>     My questions, is there anybody along the way who'd like to show off
>their garden and trees and put up me and my hubby overnight in return for a
>professional massage?  ( I usually have a few plants to spare too)  If you
>aren't into the relaxing massage type stuff, I am great at casual massage
>work, fully dressed, on the floor with my foot in your back.  At garden 
>meetings, people line up for this, as gardeners all tend to suffer from
>similar problems.  I suppose now you'll all want me to post my stretches 
>gardeners aches and pains, hmm, might should even put it in Pomona.  I have
>it in my mail program if any of you are interested.
>     Second question, what kind of good things are there for us in that 
>to see without going into DC?  The thought of Beltsville MD sounds like fun
>to me, but apart from the traffic nightmare to get there, I think Kieran
>would be pretty miserable while I pored through antique garden catalogs or
>read whatever else they have that caught my fancy.  He would be happy
>looking at gardens and civil war stuff though.  Thanks, and may all your
>buds and blossoms survive the weekend.   Donna
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