Was the Wizard of Oz your favorite movie growing up or something? re-occurring theme with you... though I will humbly accept that award, cue Sally Fields, you like me, you really, really like me :) ........... wow- we eat the same...except for the sushi, not a huge thing here in New England (I buy lots of salmon) - into alot of fresh water fishing, cant turn around without falling into a lake or pond or stream, and our fishing is considered excellent- clean water quality, many areas strictly reservoir- no power boats, engine type conveyances allowed- only rowboats, kayaks....so there are loons, lily pads, moose feeding at the shore...great diversity of fish...I remember the lakes in CA...water quality always murky, shore line the strangest mud, fish caught were all the same, size and type- Stepford fish I called them.....scary. Here, drop a line and no telling what you will get- perch, pike, bass, trout, bluegill, sunny, etc....though snapping turtles are always fun to let go...they will take off your finger, I have a healthy respect for those creatures. ....Im very lucky- between Maggies Market, and Natures Green Grocer (also a cafe), a little at Shaws---I have organic, locally grown everything right in town. And...if I grow excess produce or fruit, or make something of my own, such as juice, cider, hard cider, honey, candles, cheese and so forth, the first two stores deal with all locals, sells it for you. ..............I keep looking at the Loreal box.. never colored my hair before- .......decided to do it right before Glacier, double idea of trial run to make sure its a nice red And Freak out my brother :).....I regret the whole thing now..will still be a scene, but since the major four players are in on the ruse and think its funny, Ill just hide behind them. and drink.....alot.........Phire will stay behind with my mom.........how are your new trees doing? no transplant shock?
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