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does any one know if it was Elder wood or Alder wood that was used in the
old days to make wooden flowers usually chrysanthemums ?

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"Nick Maclaren" wrote ...

Sorry about this, but our site has pulled the plug on News, and I am
testing a new mechanism - and I need to test a real site, as there may
be configuration issues involving the testing groups being different.

Mutter.

Not another mixed message thread! ?

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does any one know if it was Elder wood or Alder wood that was used in the
old days to make wooden flowers usually chrysanthemums ?

according to this site, elder was used for "chrysanthemums" (includes
instructions)

http://www.stuartking.co.uk/index.ph...gypsy-flowers/

Janet


Thank you very much Janet, I appreciate you taking the time to find the
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Sorry about this, but our site has pulled the plug on News, and I am
testing a new mechanism - and I need to test a real site, as there may
be configuration issues involving the testing groups being different.

Mutter.

Nick.


Hi Nick,

Another poster to uk.rec.walking has been denied access to news groups as
well.

Don't know if there is any relevance in this.

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Bill Grey wrote:

Sorry about this, but our site has pulled the plug on News, and I am
testing a new mechanism - and I need to test a real site, as there may
be configuration issues involving the testing groups being different.


Another poster to uk.rec.walking has been denied access to news groups as
well.

Don't know if there is any relevance in this.


Definitely not. Our issue is purely internal, and is merely that The
Powers That Be object to Usenet for reasons that are somewhat unclear.


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