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 Post subject: Treasure Coast Bonsai Society Demo,Fort Pierce Florida
PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2006 2:33 pm 
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This was a club demo on parsonii/san jose mix juniper
last tuesday night.
The tree was raffled off in the end.

Enjoy,
Dorothy


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Dorothy,

is this you? Did you do the tree?

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2006 5:15 pm 
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Walter Pall wrote:
Dorothy,

is this you? Did you do the tree?



Why?

You think it's that bad?

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Dorothy,

no, I think it is very good. I was not aware that you have this talent.

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Walter Pall wrote:
Dorothy,

no, I think it is very good. I was not aware that you have this talent.


Thank you Walter.

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I have to agree with Walter, this is the best of the series, so far. Peter.


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Dorothy,
I am also impressed. You have coaxed a Bonsai from this shrub and untangled the tumble weed. You have a good eye, nice job!
From the first photo of you, it also appears that you have studied Martial Arts? Perhaps Shaolin ?

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Great work Dorothy. You are really talented.

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 27, 2007 11:37 pm 
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Peter,Mark and Morten,

the tree was really not so difficult.


Mark,

it wasn't Shaolin,it was Tai Chi,relaxing my muscles and keep the
attendance.
No,wait,I think it was a fly..:)

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Dorothy


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