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The 11th Annual Searle Brothers Plant Extravaganza!

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Friday, - 7:45AM: All quiet in the Southwest Ranches, but not for long. With 15 minutes until the gates are opened, volunteers, family members and workers scramble to get last minute plants tagged and polish the few remaining details. It's kind of like clockwork by now, as this is the 11th Annual Spring Extravaganza at the nursery.

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- 7:50AM: Frank "Pops" Searle readies his golf cart to greet customers while talking with volunteer Jim on the left and Andrea Searle.

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- 7:54AM: Hey, who let that guy in the white shirt in early? Hmm...

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- 7:57AM: Time to let the cat out of the bag, or is it let the Californian run loose at the Extravaganza? As a surprise for everyone, including Forum members attending this weekend, FM. Bill Sanford (BS Man about Palms) flew in late Thursday evening to attend the sale. He is especially proud of having his very own name tag. FMs. Jeff Searle and Jim Glock (jglock1) accompany Bill to the gate to let in the customers that have been waiting paitently.

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BigFrond

Which is whiter, BS's legs or the golf cart?

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- 7:57AM: Bill was honored with a fully customized name tag, that he had to promise not to lose.

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- Bill had to surrender his seat to Andrea, of course, as the four of them rode down to the gate to begin the weekend properly. Bill's legs blend in very well with the color of the golf cart, like they are invisible.

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- 7:59AM: As soon as the golf cart reached the fence line, the gate was ordered open and everyone began to pour through.

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- Everyone started off slowly, then I noticed a few who began to "take point" and became the front of the pack after a few long minutes.

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DoomsDave

aND THE SCREAMING MOB THUNDERS CLOSER AND CLOSER . . . .

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- 7:59AM: The crowd was unusually calm for a Friday morning. I knew as soon as they would get past the holding area things would change as they would all scatter to their respective favorite plant group.

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- Zooming in, I noticed on the far right side volunteer and FM. Scott Cohen (Scott Cohen) [red shirt] arriving a few seconds before 8:00 AM, making him early for a change. Technically.

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- Rob! Volunteer and FM. Rob Van der Borg (Borgy230) arrives just ahead of the mob.

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BigFrond Posted Today, 02:43 PM

Which is whiter, BS's legs or the golf cart?

You beat me to it, like in seconds.

Ryan

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DoomsDave

Aaaaaggggghhhhhhhh!

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- 8:00AM:

Dave from So-Cal Posted Today, 02:47 PM

aND THE SCREAMING MOB THUNDERS CLOSER AND CLOSER . . . .

This topic writes itself. Might as well use it.

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- Time for me to move. This was good practice for taking photos while walking backwards.

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DoomsDave

Reminds me of the old days, when I used to have plant sales, and humanely manage a garden shop.

Love them screamin' mobs . . . ..

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- 8:00AM: Towards the left, Pops Searle welcomes everyone to the Extravaganza as they make their way past his golf cart. The onslaught of carts heading his way would make him move in a second.

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- 8:01AM: Many decide to grab a cart on the way in in anticipation of making runs to the holding area. A few have no problem carrying plants to the holding area the old fashion way. It seems to be faster when grabbing the small stuff.

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- Cruising by on the left is one of the first Forum members of the morning, Jeff Cramer (street124). He was making a direct run to the shadehouse.

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- FM. Rick Leitner (TikiRick) takes a moment to say hello to Pops on his way to the rare palms.

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- 8:01AM: The exotic shrubs, vines and flowering trees get a quick overview as some of the early birds head straight to the orchids while most turn right into the shadehouse. I followed the first group in, knowing there would be questions waiting for me.

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- 8:09AM: The decision making process can be a long one when faced with so many palm species. A common dilemma faced by Forum members, such as FM. Bill DeBoe (PiousPalms) standing on the left. Volunteer and FM. Scott Cohen (Scott Cohen) is talking to him about something.

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- 8:20AM: The sidewalk can get full in a hurry.

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- 8:21AM: Holding one of his new finds, a Synechanthus fibrosus, FM. Rick Leitner (TikiRick) poses with great joy. This was of course after I blinded him with an offhand shot.

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- 8:23AM: Quite a few familiar faces. Even if a well known customer doesn't make it to the Extravaganza every season, it is still great to see them once in a while. I must have had several 'catching up' conversations throughout the weekend. Collector and well known photographer Paul Humann is in the center holding the small palm. He reported on the state of his collection after the cold we had and noted his large Red Sealing Wax Palm, Cyrtostachys renda, took 34º F with no damage.

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- 8:24AM: Rick will not only buy plants for his awesome collection, but will sell ours to other customers as well.

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- "Smile Bill!" Like I even have to ask. Bill is getting better at not blinking as much as he used to. He is holding up either a Masoala kona or a Masoala madgascariensis, as we had both and they look alike at that size. A few people were asking him why his friend (CuriousPalm), was not with him.

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- 8:23AM: Quite a few familiar faces. Even if a well known customer doesn't make it to the Extravaganza every season, it is still great to see them once in a while. I must have had several 'catching up' conversations throughout the weekend. Collector and well known photographer Paul Humann is in the center holding the small palm. He reported on the state of his collection after the cold we had and noted his large Red Sealing Wax Palm, Cyrtostachys renda, took 34º F with no damage.

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- 8:24AM: Rick will not only buy plants for his awesome collection, but will sell ours to other customers as well.

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- "Smile Bill!" Like I even have to ask. Bill is getting better at not blinking as much as he used to. He is holding up either a Masoala kona or a Masoala madgascariensis, as we had both and they look alike at that size. A few people were asking him why his friend (CuriousPalm), was not with him.

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Ryan

CuriousPalm, was working, but one of these years, I will get to The Great Searle Brothers Plant Extravaganza! :D

Bill, got some great palms!!!

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SubTropicRay

What bad economy?! There seems to always be room for palms.

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Palmarum

- 8:25AM: One cart begins to get full...

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- 8:28AM: The intersection is always the hub of activity for the palm collectors. Not only do we put the rarest of the rare here, but this is where the palm knowledgeable people are 'stationed'. Jeff Searle talks with the camera laden customer, while FMs. Mike Harris (waykoolplantz) [purple] and Jeff Cramer (street124) [white shirt] browse the selection.

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- 8:30AM: When carts first enter the shadehouse I like to keep note of where they have been prior to visiting the palms. Some have landscape plants while many had bromeliads and cordylines.

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- 8:31AM: Some of the aroids are scattered along the length of the shadehouse sidewalk, while many have their own area at the shadehouse entrance. The more unusual ones are hidden among the palms so customers have to hunt a little to find them, but they stand out. Quantities do not last long as they are snatched up in a hurry, usually all on Friday.

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- 8:31AM: I knew where that Golden Christmas Palm, Adonidia merrillii var. 'Golden Form', was heading later in the day and was very fortunate to see it already planted in the ground Monday afternoon.

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- 8:32AM: The history of this weekend is filled with the long trips that Forum members had taken to get plants. FM. Tim O'Neill (ThunderSRQ) looks over the tables with his list handy after making such a long journey from Sarasota.

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- 8:34AM: The main road outside by the landscape plants was getting full in the first hour. Collector and grower Drew Rathburn can be seen on the right getting poked by a Coccothrinax.

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- 8:39AM: ...and continues to get full as time quickly goes by...

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- "Hmm, do you have that one?" Greg K is looking for species that Mike Harris might not have already. It is a tough endeavor to be sure.

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- Volunteer, collector, grower, fellow palm nut FM. Jim Glock (jglock1) is great at knowing and understanding what a customer needs to complete their yard or collection.

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- A customer's cart transports an Areca vestiaria and a Licuala grandis on their way to a new home.

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- 8:55AM: Local landscaping legend Larry Dietrich [blue] takes a walk down the sidewalk while talking with Drew and a few others.

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- 8:56AM: There goes another Calyptrocalyx albertisianus, Sunset Palm. This customer was smart and brought his own cart, although it had a small part missing.

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- 8:58AM: The weather was a bit overcast, but it kept some of the stronger rays of sunlight at bay. It made for a very pleasant weekend and I cannot remember a past Extravaganza with better weather.

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- Carts go in empty and usually come out with something.

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- 8:58AM: Looking in from the shadehouse entrance, the crowd has to manage their carts so both directions of travel can be maintained. Otherwise we have a serious traffic jam.

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- The holding area at close to nine in the morning was getting some decent clusters of plants. Some customers leave their loaded carts on the outside of the fence, but they aren't watched by the holding area personnel. It is rare for someone to take a plant from someone Else's cart, but it does happen.

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- "Gotcha!" Hands full of plants, this customer was making runs to and from the holding area.

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- 8:59AM:

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- 8:59AM: Bromeliads were very popular this weekend. There seemed to be at least a few on every cart.

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- 9:02AM: This tractor is making the return trip after dropping plants off in the parking lot.

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- The side road had all the unique flowering plants and other oddities. We didn't serve lunch on Friday, but the remainder of the donuts and muffins quickly vanished.

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- The checkout area ran pretty much non-stop all day, with different line lengths of waiting customers. The tent on the left houses the receipt writers while the colored side of the mist house on the right leads to the registers.

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- 9:03AM: Amazing how a cart load of palms can stand out from a distance.

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- 9:08AM: Meeting new Forum members is a great part of the weekend, especially those who you have been communicating with online for the past week or so prior to the sale. FM. Jerry Pezzeminti (Pez) stands next to his cart holding an Arenga undulatifolia.

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- 9:11AM: "Nyah!"

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- 9:12AM: The line for the registers moves along at a steady pace. There are enough receipt writers to handle the load. It might slow down if there is a large cart filled with numerous small plants that are individually priced. Larry Searle writes up the ladies with the large palms while customers line up next behind them.

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- 9:13AM: A trailer half-full of plants heads for the parking lot. The load is mostly palms including a large Pseudophoenix sargentii.

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- Volunteer and FM. Rob Van der Borg (Borgy230) serves multiple duties during the weekend. He is usually in the croton or palm areas but stepped in to write receipts when the line got long. The customers forming the line to his right appreciated the action.

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- 9:14AM: With receipt in hand, this customer moves her 'palm booty' to the registers.

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- 9:23AM: I made my way back inside the shadehouse to find many palms making their way outside. When you think your cart is full, you find there is always room for one more.

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- 9:24AM: Speaking of full carts, time to get out of the way of this moving freight train!

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- 9:25AM: This customer definitely did not want to start with the small sizes.

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- 9:26AM: After squeezing by, I noticed a shot from behind would make a nice photo. I couldn't see around it.

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- 9:52AM: Over the years, you begin the notice when customers and friends increase their knowledge of certain plant groups. FM. Randy Wiesner (palmisland) has come a long way in the past few years. He can identify a palm he is looking for to genus and even know which species, where as he could not just a short time ago. He is holding his new found addition, a Chamaedorea fragrans.

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- 10:13AM: "Tah dah!" Bill does his best introduction when he first saw FM. SunnyFL come walking over. I mentioned to her earlier that he was here and she said "Oh wow, he IS here?!" It was interesting to see how different Forum members react to Bill's presence at the sale. A few said "Your the one with the small car as their avatar?"

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- 10:24AM: FM. Bill Sanford (BS Man about Palms), collector, car enthusiast, mime. He has them mesmerized with his hand movements.

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RainForestt Robert

Looks like I missed a lot of fun! Ryan that Licuala peltata var sumawongii looks just awesome. I can't wait for mine to really take off.........

Ryan, in post #5, second photo, the lady on the left in red, what is her name? Was she at the biennial in CR?

Robert

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RainForestt Robert Posted Today, 07:39 PM

Looks like I missed a lot of fun!...

Ryan, in post #5, second photo, the lady on the left in red, what is her name? Was she at the biennial in CR?

Robert, with so many friends around it was a fantastic weekend. It was three days, but was too short and flew by as it often does. With every new arrival of a palm nut or a Forum member, life at the Extravaganza goes up to a new level.

You have a good eye Robert, that lady in red is Cathy Burger and she did attend the Costa Rican Biennial. She, along with her husband Lew [behind her in photo, just to the left], were on Bus #3.

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- 10:31AM: The few clouds that appeared during the morning grouped together for a short while, but no rain fell. FM. Ray Gompf (Ray) explains to a customer how tall one of his favorite palms can get.

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- 10:37AM: This cart was parked in front of the tables for a while, as its owner browsed the one gallon plants. It had some interesting palms on board, such as a variegated Lady Palm, and an Oraniopsis appendiculata.

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- 10:53AM: Through the course of the day, I am often outside the shadehouse tending to questions about palms in the full sun section. While waiting for a customer to go and fetch her husband, I photographed a cart loaded with bromeliads. The smaller ones in the box do not produce strawberries.

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- While continuing to wait, FM and volunteer Jim Glock (jglock1) walked past to go and check on his wife Judy, who was managing the Croton Section. He wanted to make sure she didn't buy too many of them herself, as she is a croton fanatic.

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Alicehunter2000

Where are the Sabal palmetto's Jeff?......you can't be a real palm man without those ;) .......... Man! that place looks great.....is it just me or do your plants look larger than last year? Got to visit next time I'm down that way.

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Alicehunter2000 Posted Today, 09:57 PM

...is it just me or do your plants look larger than last year?

If they do not get sold, they do grow you know... :P

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- 10:57AM: Forum members continued to stream in and surprise everyone at the Extravaganza. FM. Ron Kiefert (moose knuckle) stands behind his plant-filled cart while I snap away. With veterans of the 2008 Biennial walking around, we all started to get deja-vu.

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- 10:59AM: Ron moved his cart to the register line, soon after volunteers swarmed over it collecting cut tags and counting plants.

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- 11:01AM: Just past the registers, a load of landscape plants begin their trip to the parking lot. I wonder if she thought I was taking a photo of her hat.

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- 11:02AM: The line moved quickly. In three minutes, Ron was already at the registers, just to the left, off frame.

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- 11:02AM: Ron just happened to be in line in front of renown collector and SFPS Board Member Jeff Chait. We all know each other for years due to SFPS activities and sales.

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- I am not sure which register is used for which type of transaction, but I do know that they didn't see rest while I was around.

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- Edy & Larry Searle take turns at each register, plus they get swapped out with other volunteers now and then. Larry also splits his time in the Bromeliad Section.

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- 11:03AM: Plant transfer in progress. There was more room on a tractor trailer than this customers one cart, plus he would have a faster trip to the parking lot.

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Walter John

Best free publicity one could hope for. If I see Paul or Matty running around in a red shirt next year, then I will get banned. Let's get another close up of that cash register Ryan.

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- 11:03AM: As plants get transferred over, Michelle Searle begins to write them down on a receipt.

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- 11:04AM: All done. Time to move down the line.

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- 11:32AM: Forum members SunnyFL and Jeff Cramer (street124) hang on everyone of Bill's words.

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- Some sort of semaphore code? I couldn't figure out what he was illustrating, but it was interesting. A question for MattyB, Paul, Phil, Kim, Len, Gary, Shon and anyone else who may know; Is this normal Californian behavior or normal Sanford behavior? :D

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Wal Posted Today, 10:50 PM

Best free publicity one could hope for. If I see Paul or Matty running around in a red shirt next year, then I will get banned. Let's get another close up of that cash register Ryan.

Anything is possible, the way airfares are these days. We need another record breaker for furthest traveled Forum member, it could be you Wal. I went to take more photos, but the registers were not in the mood.

Ryan

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- 11:32AM: "Please, do not bury this Dypsis decipiens too deeply." Bill was right on when it came to palms he grows and knows about from back in California. It was great to have the extra expertise on hand in the shadehouse.

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- 12:10PM: FM. Allen (bigal954) pulls a heavy cart laden with palms down the sidewalk. These poses are great to capture, even though I know I missed a few Forum members. Allen and I still talked about his amazing Jade Vine that set seed not long ago.

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- 12:13PM: Outside, the sun had broken through just after noon, but the cool breeze kept the temperatures down. I could hear a golf cart coming up behind me.

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- 12:15PM: The bromeliad selection had begun to thin out a bit, so Larry Searle went back to restock. The customer on the right, who already had a full cart of bromeliads, seemed excited at the sight of more plants.

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- 12:15PM: After listening to the favorable sounds being made, I was expecting the customer on the right to put down her coffee and start grabbing bromeliads off the trailers.

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- 12:28PM: I had to continue the photo trend I was working on, so I had to get one more photo of FM. SunnyFL with her husband posing with her stash. The new palms she got were some of her favorites she had been looking for.

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- 1:19PM: A Forum member taking a photo of a Forum member taking a photo... I think Tim was photographing the small Dypsis faneva towards the right of the space.

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- 1:25PM: Frank "Pops" Searle and volunteer Jim manage the holding area. The groups of plants behind them had gone through the register by this time on Friday.

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Kris

Dear Ryan :)

switch to pro account ! even i recently upgraded my regular account to pro...since you contribute a lot in hig res mode/big sized images,that increase in bandwidth due to constant traffic will come certainly handy And we will be benifited the most ! :hmm::)

Iam eager to see stills from 007 jeffs annual plants sale.

thanks for the effort & love,

Kris :)

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Kris

Thanks Ryan... :greenthumb: Stills are fentastic ! :) And i can see it all now... :)

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Kris Posted Today, 01:14 AM

...since you contribute a lot in hig res mode/big sized images,that increase in bandwidth due to constant traffic will come certainly handy And we will be benifited the most !

Iam eager to see stills from 007 jeffs annual plants sale...

Kris Posted Today, 10:42 AM

Thanks Ryan...Stills are fentastic ! And i can see it all now...

Thanks Kris,

For a short while last night the bandwidth limit was exceeded. I knew the reset point in the bandwidth counter was today, so I tried to time it so I could continue to post and beat the limit; but my timing was off by about two hours. Anyway, it is back to normal and I have more to post. I am also hosting wedding and birthday/baptism photos on the same account, but I thought they had dropped off in hits, but that wasn't true apparently. I might go to a pro account, but it is easier to just start another free one.

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Logolight

Looks like another great sale. I hope I can make the trip down for the fall schedule.

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