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Old 26-08-2003, 03:02 PM
Helen J. Foss
 
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Default ATTN; PERSON IN ALASKA LOOKING FOR PACKETS FOR SAVING SEEDS

I'll be most happy to send you a packet of 100 2x2 inch zip lock packets
to save your seeds if you'll send me your address to

They're the greatest thing since sliced bread.
Helen

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Old 26-08-2003, 09:02 PM
Callen Molenda
 
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Default ATTN; PERSON IN ALASKA LOOKING FOR PACKETS FOR SAVING SEEDS

Where do you get them from, Helen?

BTW, my parents' last name is Foss, from Connecticut. You from 'round
thar? Originally, I mean. g

Callen in VA

"Helen J. Foss" wrote:

I'll be most happy to send you a packet of 100 2x2 inch zip lock packets
to save your seeds if you'll send me your address to

They're the greatest thing since sliced bread.
Helen

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Old 15-09-2003, 01:12 AM
Jan Flora
 
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Default ATTN; PERSON IN ALASKA LOOKING FOR PACKETS FOR SAVING SEEDS

In article ,
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(Helen J. Foss) wrote in message
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I'll be most happy to send you a packet of 100 2x2 inch zip lock packets
to save your seeds if you'll send me your address to



They're the greatest thing since sliced bread.
Helen


Yeah the crack dealers around here love the things, they even have em
in colors!
For seeds you take the envelopes from junk mail. I think I get one
phone or credit card solicitation per day. Seal the envelope and then
cut it in half so that you have two square "pockets" trim to make a
flap and use a glue stick or a piece of tape to seal. I prefer paper
over plastic as it breathes and you get less mold.


Huh. (Can you tell I'm reading old posts, at long last?)

One of my buds on wreck.equestrian says that if you keep getting junk
mail from a particular company, put weight (as in flat lead) into the
post paid envelope, tape it shut and send it back. Make sure your name
and address are on something in there. The Co. will quit sending you junk
mail, when they have to pay the postage due and send someone to the PO
to pick it up.

I also started to put telemarketers on hold, then leaving. They've quit
calling ;-) (These new phones are *cool*!) Or if I recognize a bill collector's
phone number on caller ID, I answer the phone with, "morgue." They hang up.

Ah, but I digress. I like your idea of using those envelopes for seed : )

Jan


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