On Sat, 08 Mar 2008 09:08:50 -0600, Charlie wrote:
If you want to find things you "need", I know a purveyor with a seed
catalog that is the size of a paperback. Amazing things that I never
knew I had to have.
J. L. Hudson, Seedsman
It'll drive ya nuts.
Feh........and thanks to Lee complicating my life, perhaps I'll use her
listing too! Dammit, you can only grow so many varieties of peppers
and tomatoes, though I want to try and do them all........
I always start way more varieties than I can plant and pawn the extras
off on every one with a garden. I then at least get a taste of
varieties for which I have no space. Peppers are pretty great though
as they do really well in pots and are great edible landscaping.
I've got elder son thoroughly hooked and he is making grand plans for
the full acre he owns behind his house. Younger son never had much
interest, except in consuming, until this year. He is going to try his
hand with a couple small beds.
Ok ok.....but you'll never get the location of me morel foraging
On Sat, 08 Mar 2008 09:24:46 -0600, Charlie wrote:
Vee have vays to make you talk.
We had a fire up near a place I like to fish. I went up a couple of
weeks or so after they reopened the area to survey the damage.
I was surprised to see about 6 guys "wandering" through the burn area.
Little did I know...
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