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    From your lips to God's ear. Thanks for the encouragement.

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    This winter they dug down through over 3 feet of snow to eat the Barberry bushes and they are covered with thorny spikes.

    SweetSue, your deer sound more desperate than mine over here.

    I don't think "our" deer are desperately hungry because we have tons of wild shrubs, etc. in the yard and indeed live surrounded by meadow & bush. I think deer are just like children, they want what's forbidden. JMO.

    Anyway, a couple days ago I went into the garden to start my annual ritual of rearranging the garden. A calamity: I have to move the third of the garden on which tree roots are interfering and things won't grow there well anymore. A big job.

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