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Re: Rowan Tree
At 17:16 19/07/00 -0400, you wrote:
>If there's a rowan tree, aka mountain ash, aka sorbus, I'll find it and give
>it a kiss and
>hug just for you.
>Leaving for the airport now.
>Spirit One Email wrote:
> > Dear excited and fortunate cousins going to the gathering,
> > Will someone pat the Rowan Tree for me in Wick that the Queen Mother
> > planted back in the 1950's?
> > I thought about it as I walked yesterday and saw the mountain ash coloring
> > up with their orange berries. How I will miss meeting so many of you that
> > I
> > only know through these messages. Be gentle with one another and please
> > don't quarrel any more.
> > Thanks, (sniff, sniff, sob)
> > Laurel
I'll pick a few rowan berries for you and send them to you in a jiffy bag -
provided you promise not to eat them.
Norma Fisher will be filming everything and once she has done her editing,
we'll make sure you get a copy so that you'll be able to see the shindy some
people* get up to at a ceilidh.
e.g. our Chief, Rory et al ( I usually leave them to it being far too
take part in such antics).
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