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Old July 26, 2011   #16
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Great set of pics from Brian Sadler - http://www.pbase.com/bms44974/tp2011

Tomato pics are spectacular! Thanks, Brian!
Just lovely, spent too long on all that eye candy this morning! Thanks Brian

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Old July 26, 2011   #17
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Wow, Fantastic pics, Wish I was there for that one.

Whats the story on the Indian Stripe (Not) ?
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Old July 27, 2011   #18
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well, now I know the outcome of the Indy photographer there.....why that picture?!?!?!?! Argggh!

(the tomato is a West Virginia Hillbilly!)

http://www.indyweek.com/indyweek/cra...nt?oid=2620665
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Old July 27, 2011   #19
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Wow, that is a great article. I love the pic - bigger mouth is all the better for

A. Getting the word out about your dwarf project.
B. Fitting tomatoes in it!!!

Congratulations!
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Old July 27, 2011   #20
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Very upbeat article....congratulations!
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Old July 27, 2011   #21
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I recognize that tomato! Hillbilly West Virginia from my garden. Such a fame hound it was... purposely growing multilobed with lots of cat facing so it would be the center of attention amongst all the smooth skinned, well formed beauties that surrounded it on the platter.

Nice article Craig. Thank you for giving HBWVA a few more minutes of fame. ;-)
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Old July 27, 2011   #22
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Very nice!!

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Old July 28, 2011   #23
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Awesome article! Congratulations!
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