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Old Nov 5, 2010, 12:33 PM   #1
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While strolling around the Orange County Fairgrounds recently we stopped at a booth that featured various types of scented potpourri. The different scented variations were presented in large bowls. Here is one of the varieties.
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Old Nov 5, 2010, 12:34 PM   #2
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...and one more.
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Between the two I much prefer the subdued saturation one. I can smell them on the back burner giving off with that heavenly aroma.
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In my humble opinion Walter, altho they are both well done, I like the second one also as it is relatively easy to see the end of the focus in the first. The second one for my taste is easier on the eye than the vibrant color of the first, and the focus seems to be better. Thanks for the glimpse of the OC Fairgrounds.
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I agree, the first one is pretty cranked up, the second more true....the frames don't lend it any support in my opine.

Bynx....you ain't by any chance sitting atop the stove are you?
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Now Eddie dont tell me you never had a pot of this stuff in some water simmering on the back burner? Next to baking a pumpkin pie nothing makes a house smell better.
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Now Eddie dont tell me you never had a pot of this stuff in some water simmering on the back burner? Next to baking a pumpkin pie nothing makes a house smell better.
Of course I have....homemade bread baking ain't bad either!
My wife likes to take our lavender and put it in our bedding, my nose gets so tight from smelling that stuff I couldn't even smell your butt burning buddy if you did set upon the back burner!
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