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Old 07-17-2012, 09:27 PM   #11
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I have to laugh. Jeff just told me that the librarian where he works told him to let me know about Hawk Mountain...because she knows I love native plants. I jumped to another window where I had the Hawk Mountain website open. Jeff laughed, amazed!

Small world...very funny...and just a little freaky.
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I'll message you when we head there to see if you're up for going (or possibly again!). Not sure when we will make it. We're also spending a few days in Maine late summer and would like to make it to Cape May, too.
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I'll message you when we head there to see if you're up for going (or possibly again!). Not sure when we will make it. We're also spending a few days in Maine late summer and would like to make it to Cape May, too.

Cool.

Ya know, with two recommendations from two different people in the same day...I think I'd better check this place out.
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