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Old 3 Weeks Ago   #31
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Oh Captain, my Captain!!!


Well, the Tigger Shark and Brody will have to await the return

"Do not consume if seal is broken".


You will not find that written on a box of Animal Crackers.
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Gary, thanks for the product, your knowledge and especially your time. Even if you didn't do it again, we are all ahead of the game.
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"Do not consume if seal is broken".


You will not find that written on a box of Animal Crackers.

No seals in Animal Crackers, I think.
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I tried to stop participating years ago - just tried to send in donations & you still sent me packages back! The best enabler ever!

Thank you for all of your hard work, time and care over the years. You have changed peoples gardens & lives!
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No seals in Animal Crackers, I think.



Barnum's or Stauffer's?
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May I add my thanks to all of those above, and also wishing you a more leisurely autumn/early winter. Hopefully your sabbatical will allow some of us to catch up on your previous "sendings"...
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Barnum's or Stauffer's?

Well, LOL!! Barnum's of course, AND in the little circus box, too. Never had Stauffer's, though a few other brands through the years, but Barnum's not only caught my imagination as a child, but my taste buds with just the right amount of spices in them.


Big question here: Will you be doing the swap next year or is this a permanent retirement from it?


I also need to get with you about some Flamingo beans seed for this next year. Ive decided to garden again, and would like to try them.
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Barnum's had seals, of which I took the chance, with the peril of loss of life or limb (well, not really) on consuming the broken ones. I don't know if they still have seals, but I just may go back for the peril, and find out.
Stauffers has no seals. But their chocolate animal crackers make a great crust for a raspberry cheesecake
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I'll add another words of thanks to the long list! The anticipation of having that over-stuffed ravioli show up in my mailbox was more exciting than Christmas morning. And it helped introduce me to a lot of varieties I may have never grown otherwise. Both you and your local post office deserve a break!
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Thank you Gary! You always send a lot more packages! Have a great break.
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I can not say I am not disappointed. MMM swap was big part of my winter and lead to a lot of research and choices.
Can not say I need more seeds, probably have enough for the next decade...
Glad I got to participate. ..
Many many thanks for tremendous job connecting people and seeds and impacting people lives and choices!
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