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These two girls have a very special friendship. They can play together all day long and never get tired.

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As you can tell from my messy garden images, my country haven from COVID 19 is in the wilderness and is most unkempt. Fortunately we like it that way. Nature's…

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Gardens were created to celebrate the sesquicentennial. Each creation was representative of an area of this fantastic country.
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