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Frankie

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So Many Things to be Thankful for
« on: August 30, 2011, 10:15:41 PM »
This has been going on for sometime & I want to mention today along with a couple of others. I went to Summit Seed & it's somewhere southeast of Wilmington. I can't get the blend of fertilizer locally I like. While that far away, I know of this sod farm east of Manteno, Quality Turf. They have a mono strand of bluegrass I want to test for Channahon. I wanted ten pieces & Bob gave them to me! Thanks Bob!!! I want to do something about the mosquitoes at Channahon, Tom M. got me a qt. bottle of demand at half price, $120.00. 
Randy Moore, Blaine, Tafe are names that come to mind, mostly Randy, are thrilled with what's going on at Oswego. It's effortless work, maybe not quite effortless. I also received an award last week. The concrete tees at Lockport. I can't forget my J-Town friends, I'm truly blessed! The deal today brought to surface these thoughts. There is many subtle good things going on.
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Re: So Many Things to be Thankful for
« Reply #1 on: August 31, 2011, 07:47:09 AM »
This has been going on for sometime & I want to mention today along with a couple of others. I went to Summit Seed & it's somewhere southeast of Wilmington. I can't get the blend of fertilizer locally I like. While that far away, I know of this sod farm east of Manteno, Quality Turf. They have a mono strand of bluegrass I want to test for Channahon. I wanted ten pieces & Bob gave them to me! Thanks Bob!!! I want to do something about the mosquitoes at Channahon, Tom M. got me a qt. bottle of demand at half price, $120.00. 
Randy Moore, Blaine, Tafe are names that come to mind, mostly Randy, are thrilled with what's going on at Oswego. It's effortless work, maybe not quite effortless. I also received an award last week. The concrete tees at Lockport. I can't forget my J-Town friends, I'm truly blessed! The deal today brought to surface these thoughts. There is many subtle good things going on.
I don't know anyone who coddles disc golf courses like you my friend! Every disc golfer is blessed from your never ending hard work!
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