|Comments by NED BRIDGES on Friday, December 23, 2005 at 19:25
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Both my wife & I just readTo Hills and Back, and ended up rolling on the floor. We moved to Pensacola two years ago from the D.C. suburbs after I retired from a 47 year career in the DoD. I too have seen my beautiful bride in boots & gloves, yeilding a chain saw, tilling up raised garden beds, hauling planting soil, fertilizer, and more rose bushes than anyone should have in one yard. I built the beds and she filled and nursed them -- through scalding hot & humid summer days, fighting aphids, bees, and black spot. The vegetable garden never made it past the first two weeks. We have now made it through IVAN (direct hit). Katrina, Rita and assorted tropical storms have only brushed us enough to tear-up the garden again.
We, like you, have had it and are heading out of "The Panhandle" and back to civilization---- somewhere!!
Thanks for helping us come to our senses.