Old 03-26-2017, 01:09 PM   #326
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They are long enough to wrap around and tie in front. Unless, you've been hitting the potatoes hard.
You spelled celery wrong.

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Old 03-26-2017, 01:11 PM   #327
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broke most d'em rules on the op
jus by being here...

sho' the kate don't mind none!

(what's da 'b' in that fo' anyhows?)

saw my photo up on some strange assed webpage today
and i'm all like....dammmmmn!

gonna hafta track that shit down!

that - an the end of da taxes

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Old 03-26-2017, 10:53 PM   #328
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Fine. I'll just go to the beach then. It's a beautiful afternoon in Sydney. Jump in the car and pump my sounds. Smile and wave and flip my beautiful hair. Lick an ice cream and be all sexy and all sorts of other cool stuff like that.

https://youtu.be/U-00RjgZzZM
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Bloody hot, Down Under, I gather? Friend in NSW said a number of days over 40! Yikes!
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Fine. I'll just go to the beach then. It's a beautiful afternoon in Sydney. Jump in the car and pump my sounds. Smile and wave and flip my beautiful hair. Lick an ice cream and be all sexy and all sorts of other cool stuff like that.
that is fine, but remember: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehj5ygMwehA
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Old Yesterday, 12:46 PM   #332
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Bloody hot, Down Under, I gather? Friend in NSW said a number of days over 40! Yikes!
We had an extremely hot summer. Hottest summer ever. It's not as hot now but still very warm. Warm enough for me to get a little burnt yesterday. The afternoons are dreamy. Pink. Orange. Breeze, sun. Beautiful sunsets. Thunderstorms.

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Old Today, 10:54 AM   #333
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Yesterday I transplanted 8 new apple trees into my mini orchard. 2 varieties of Honeycrisp, a Winesap, and a Pink Lady.

Project 2 is to remove my peach trees, the fruit of which never manages to ripen before falling off, that the holes may be filled with either cherries or more apples.

Project 3 is to plant root-stock for grafting wood from an old heritage apple tree in an attempt to salvage the variety - a thin skinned super-sweet apple which nobody can identify.

When this is finished, we can get busy with some dogwoods, a garden path and some other decorative gardening.

the joys of unemployment.

I also need a new garden veggy to attempt this year. Maybe eggplant, which I have never been successful in growing in the past.

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Old Today, 11:24 AM   #334
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Is the peach large enough to cut up, split, and let dry for some BBQ smoking wood?

I've made several assumptions here.
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They are useless peaches, about 1 to 1.5 inches which never reach their full ripeness. I am told by some career orchard men that my land is too low for good peaches, but that I could possibly try various varieties and eventually one might thrive in my location. I would rather buy peaches than plant a dozen trees at $15 to $50 each hoping to find one that might someday give me a peach.

The trees are large enough, but I would rather save them for my end-of-summer bonfire, human sacrifice, and marshmallow roast. Smore's too.
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