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  1. PhilaGardener
    January 19th, 2014 06:59 PM
    PhilaGardener
    It's funny that despite a wealth of local heirloom varieties (the Philadelphia Icebox Radish and Chalk's Early Jewel Tomato from Norristown are two that come to mind), the rich traditions of the Lancaster Amish, and local notables like William Woys Weaver out by Paoli, that there isn't a larger heirloom gardening community around Philly!
  2. PhilaGardener
    January 19th, 2014 08:55 AM
    PhilaGardener
    Hi Restless,

    Thanks for your note. Good to hear from you! I am out a bit further from the city. Do you know of other folks on this forum from our area?
  3. WeftandWeave
    July 20th, 2013 08:15 PM
    WeftandWeave
    Thank you for the book suggestions! I agree that the reader can make or break the audiobook, especially if it is one that has a lot of character voices. I tried an audiobook version of Dune that had this kinda wacky reader, and while I can't imagine him reading any other book it worked well for Sci-Fi, anyways. I'm a big Steinbeck fan too, Tortilla Flat was one of my favorite books in high school! I'm almost embarrassed to admit though, I've only seen the James Dean movie of East of Eden, so I'll maybe grab that audiobook ASAP. Thanks again!
  4. Silentmeow
    November 10th, 2012 07:04 AM
    Silentmeow
    My little kitty never made a sound unless she growled. Her mouth would open for a meow but nothing would come out. She also had the loudest purr. I still miss her!

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  • About restless
    USDA Zone
    7a
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    I never outgrew my love for digging in the dirt. :)
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    Philly
    Interests
    Reading, Gardening, Art, MINIs!
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    Systems Analyst

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