Magic and mischief: Visitors to Troll Knoll need walking shoes and a sense of humor
John and Anne Morris have spent 15 years developing their 20 acres in Penn Valley into a series of themed gardens.
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#1 Oct 27, 2008
Dear Ms. Rubin:
I have tried to contact John and Ann Morris at the email in your article(email@example.com m)to no success. I have contacted you several times asking for information on how to contact Mr. Morris, directions on how to get to the troll knoll gardens. I have not been successfull. I am very excited about bringing some friends to visit these gardens, can you please HELP me contact John and Ann MOrris so that I can set up a tour? thank you, Kathy Sommers, Folsom Resident
#2 Apr 27, 2009
How can I contact John Morris to arrange a tour of his gardens?
#3 Mar 2, 2012
Are the Troll Knoll Gardens still open to the public? If so, how can I contact John Morris to arrange a tour? Please let me know @ firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
#4 Oct 14, 2012
Are the Troll Knoll gardens open, would like to arrange a tour? How do I contact Mr. Morris, the email email@example.com does not work, as a valid email address. Thank you.
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