George says hello

he's still kicking. he e-mail works. rattle his brain. :)
songbird
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On 12/24/2017 10:36 AM, songbird wrote:

Maybe he is hibernating.
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Frank wrote:

^^ should be "his"

rehab from stroke and/or related problems, i'm not completely sure yet. plus computer crashed. not sure if he will be back here or not but like i said, his e-mail still works if you'd like to say hello. :)
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On 12/24/2017 12:10 PM, songbird wrote:

Hope he is OK. At our age I am seeing more of this type stuff than I would like with people fine and active one day and incapacitated overnight. Sometimes it is temporary and sometimes permanent.
Hope all in group are well and wish all a Merry Christmas.
Frank
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It seems I have been stalking George for much of our lives, or rather I have been following him around the world from the Yemen to Saudi and then back home, but I then chose Australia as a base, which appears to have the same weather as Texas.
I seemed, searches around for a piece of wood to touch, to have avoided the worst of the medical conditions.
My main problem is that I could garden quite efficiently in England, despite the weather and the clay, but here in Western Australia the sandy soil is at times waterproof and during the winter months, which I would equate with a typical English summer, nothing but weeds. As George Harrison once said we have about 40 seasons to get things right and I have had most of those.
Currently growing are potatoes, garlic, jerusalem artichokes, various herbs, chillies and capsicums. rocket and lettuce ( volunteers from a previous planting) and tomatoes and my last water bill tells me I am using 200 litres of water a day to keep this going.
I forgot the fruit trees, macadamia trees and the olives, but they look after themselves until harvest time.
If you got this far Merry Christmas and a Happy and prosperous New Year.
Mike
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