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Meg, Scott,

Thank you very much for your quick replies! 

So, no time to waste, I am going to find a nice spot for it soon.

Best regards -

Lars

 

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Adding to the timeline...

 

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Mesa,Arizona

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Another year gone by...

 

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Mesa,Arizona

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On 4/11/2021 at 5:24 PM, aztropic said:

Another year gone by...

 

aztropic 

Mesa,Arizona

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I don’t know if I’m more impressed by the palm tree, aloe being grown as a hedge, or that big cactus right against the house!! :wub:

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