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Chronicle Changing Home and Garden Section Days

Did anyone notice that the SF Chronicle, aka sfgate.com, is about to change its home and garden coverage around? They say a newly remodeled section is to appear on Sundays, starting February 1, and that another new section with "home and garden content" will premiere on Wednesday, February 4. My column will be in the Sunday section. (If you are a reader of the column, this might be a good time to log onto sfgate.com, click on "living" and then on the notice about the new sections and send a comment to let them know you appreciate it.)

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Ronnie

Dear Pam,

I have been enjoying both your SF Chronicle column and your blog for some time now. I am a fellow garden enthusiast and I have been writing a little blog myself. I just wanted to drop a line to say I appreciate your work and that I've added a link to your blog on my own.

I wrote an entry on Alex Hatch's book Cracks in the Asphalt and mentioned you in that post. I should have added a link to your blog much earlier!

Feel free to check out www.TilthyRich.com.

I am pondering organizing some sort of San Francisco garden-blogger meet-up...maybe something monthly where we could get together and discuss, well, gardens and blogs. If you are interested in participating, let me know!

Sincerely,

Ronnie

PS: I tried emailing this to pam@goldengategarden.com, but it was delayed and did not seem to go through.

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