THE OLD SIGN PHILOSOPHER, THOUGHTS FOR THE DAY!

THERE IS STILL NO CURE....FOR THE COMMON BIRTHDAY

IF YOU REST.......YOU RUST

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Here's an original idea for bringing nature into your hardscaping the natural way. This concept has been around for a long time but its rather difficult to sometimes pull off. Check out natural hardscaping.

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The public is invited to share in an historical American event as space heroes gather to honor their own during the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame's 2005 Induction ceremony on Saturday, April 30 at 2:30 PM. To celebrate, Kennedy Space Center visitor Complex will feature guest appearances and autograph sessions with current Hall of Fame Astronauts on April 30 and April 31. Space Shuttle Astronauts Bruce McCandless, the first person to fly free in space; Joe Allen, an astronaut who snared two crippled satellites on the first salvage mission; and Gordon Fullerton, the Shuttle Commander who overcame an engine failure and a near-abort to reach orbit will join such Astronaut Hall of Fame heroes as Alan Shepard, John Glenn, Neil Armstrong and Sally Ride.

More than 30 astronauts are scheduled to attend to honor the latest inductees including Jim Lovell, John Young, Bob Crippen and Charlie Duke. The Induction ceremony is included as part of regular admission to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. Special Astronaut Hall of Fame Induction Weekend packages are available and include reserved seating at the Induction Ceremony; choice of one of two Dine With an Astronaut programs to be held April 30; two day Maximum Access Admission to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex; and a commemorative souvenir featuring the 2005 inductees. Astronaut Hall of Fame Induction Weekend tickets are available online or by calling 321-449-4400.

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KNOCK OUT ROSES

The most incredible new plant for landscaping is definitely the "Knockout Rose". In 2005, the release of the "Double Knockout Rose" will once again take St. Louis gardening to another high. The only problem is that the "Double Knockout Rose" will be in very limited quanities. Check out the Knockout Rose.