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April 29, 2010

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Chatty Crone

I would try some of those - not all. I just ate a purple potato this week - good - except the mind thinking about it being purple!

sandie

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Margot  at Joyfully Retired

Thanks for the tour of your tour. I love gardening and it's one of the things I miss about our retirement life style. ECHO looks like it is doing a lot of good.

Jenn Jilks

Fabulous tours. Great to read about those who are making a difference.

I love my dandelions, they grow in between my clover. Our ducks and geese like it: http://mymuskoka.blogspot.com/2009/09/duck-duck-goose.html We have only wild grass. Many in rural Ontario want to recreate the city in the country. No us! The leaves blow and gather in our forest providing recycled nutrients.

Great shots!

Pam

Hi Sallie, I recently saw a show about this on TV. It is a very worth while venture that ECHO has set up. And the people get paid for the energy they produce by peddling.
Thanks for passing along this wonderful info and your terrific photos.

ann nz

did you see a Neem tree? I researched and found that they grow them in Florida.

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