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Posted by  The Rev. Anne Adams-Harris on October 08, 2002 at 14:10:52:

In Reply to:  ArchWeek - Restoring Kew Gardens posted by Kevin Matthews on October 02, 2002 at 17:16:06:

As a child I remember going after school to Kew when we paid only a penny to get in. I remember learning so much about plants and how to understand the age of trees. How I enjoyed feeding those rather mean geese and romping around in the wild flowers. Going back home to England now-a-days is still exciting for me. Kew is a national treasure. The last couple of visits to England I have taken my grown daughter with me and she was in absolute awe of the beauty of Kew Gardens. Thanks for the article - Anne+

 
 
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