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For all you flower children out there...

Have a tulip!


Careful....we grow em big up here in NH

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Re: For all you flower children out there...

Nice! I like tulips, but I don't bother planting any, since they're "deer candy".
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Lookin' good.
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Re: For all you flower children out there...

Very nice NH. You should see what they look like under 6" of snow.

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Re: For all you flower children out there...

Nice "depth of field"!

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Re: For all you flower children out there...

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Nice "depth of field"!
So how come I haven't seen any pics coming out of that D70 of yours?


I'm all set on the snow, btw.

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Re: For all you flower children out there...

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Have a tulip!


Careful....we grow em big up here in NH
heh.....when I first glanced at that first pic I thought NWS had been re-opened.
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heh.....when I first glanced at that first pic I thought NWS had been re-opened.


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Re: For all you flower children out there...

Why do tulips make me think of two lips?
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Re: For all you flower children out there...

Tulips are such a plain and simple flower. Not many people take the time to "look" inside and see how, dare I say, pretty they are. One of my favorites, although hard to find, are Pink Lady Slippers. I remember as a kid finding them in the woods and being told DO NOT TOUCH by my old man, I guess they are a protected species.

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Tulips are such a plain and simple flower. Not many people take the time to "look" inside and see how, dare I say, pretty they are. One of my favorites, although hard to find, are Pink Lady Slippers. I remember as a kid finding them in the woods and being told DO NOT TOUCH by my old man, I guess they are a protected species.

Why don't you go on over to Houston and help "Pete" pick out pretty lights, too?
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Why don't you go on over to Houston and help "Pete" pick out pretty lights, too?

Sthop it....We already picked out his lights silly.

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Why don't you go on over to Houston and help "Pete" pick out pretty lights, too?
I thought he was talking about stumbling upon his first piece of pootie-tang.
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I thought he was talking about stumbling upon his first piece of pootie-tang.

You see BDA, someone understands how hard it is to find Forest Dwelling Nymphs.

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