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A FOUNTAIN OF HER OWN

Re: "A Little Water Music," June, page 78. Here's a snapshot [shown at right] of my new fountain. As you can see, I used a different kind of pot than the strawberry pot in your photo. Tips for anyone else making one: use plenty of silicone sealer around the bottom saucer to prevent leaks; also between the top saucer and the large pot.

Nancy Thomas-Cote LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA

TO PASCO. TO PASCO

Re: "To Market, to Market," August, page 37. The TriCities area of Washington deserves a mention. Pasco's farmers' market is one of the largest, oldest open-air markets in the Northwest, with a huge variety of plants, fruits, vegetables, and crafts. It is open from May to November, on Saturdays and Wednesday mornings.

Nancy Hulse KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON

ANOTHER FISTFUL OF FISH TACOS

Re: "In Search of the Real Fish Taco," July, page 78. You would never believe that here in the capital of Nevada, Carson City, 41/2 hours away from the coast, there is a great place for fish tacos. The restaurant is Cafe del Rio (400 S. Carson St.). The fish tacos are grilled mahimahi (marinated in Dos Equis and spices) and served with garlic slaw and avocado-tomato salsa.

Bonnie Sue Borda CARSON CITY, NEVADA

COOKING WITH SUNSET IN AUSTRALIA Thought you might like to hear from two avid Sunset readers from Down Under. Our dear friends from Marysville, California, arranged a subscription for us. We cannot thank them enough! My husband drools over the car adverts, as well as the travel stories, while I look forward to the gardening stories. I have tried two of your readers' recipes, which I am pleased to say turned out quite well, allowing for the differences of ingredient names.

Jenny and Jeff Lasd SISTERS BEACH, TASMANIA, AUSTRALIA

TWO FOR TEA ON WHIDBEY ISLAND

Thank you for your article ("The Wonders of Whidbey Island," August, page 24). We always stay at the cozy Harbour Inn (360/331-6900) in Freeland. …

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