A Conversation for The Tibetan Greenhouse Dugout

Thank you

Post 1


Just a curtesy call (not many of those about these days) to say thank you to you JTG and your contributors to the benches here in the greenhouse, for a moment of peace in a world travelling ever faster.

Now if you don't mind I'd like to sit a while in a cool place (I can't sit in the sun as I burn too easily smiley - smiley ) and reflect on what I have seen and heard.

As for what is going on in the parts of the world that aren't NZ, I do enjoy seeing the green shoots of what I expect will be snowdrops coming up out of the ground when I leave the house to go to work.

Thank you

Post 2

John the gardener says, "Free Tibet!"

Thanks for the comments Phil. Drop by any time you feel like a break; we have plenty of shade, despite also having our own sun. As I recall there should be an ancient rainforest around here somewhere; someone ought really to put it in a bigger pot.

Winter still has a pretty firm grip in Canada (except for those lucky so-and-so's on the west coast); so, for the time being, we have to content ourselves with seed catalogues (bless 'em) and a glimpse of this or that poking through the snow. Still, we shouldn't complain: it's been another very mild winter, all in all.

If you'd care to share your thoughts, on snowdrops or anything else, you're more than welcome.smiley - smiley


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