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basically that it i would like to put a earth boarder (dug in not a hill) around my gardens
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"............ basically that it i would like to put a earth boarder (dug in not a hill) around my gardens ........."
And just what is this in English?
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In the States, there is a kind of person called a Snow Boarder, usually annoying to real skiers. Probably Earth Boarding is some new X-game, although how he's going to fit just one Earth Boarder around his garden is beyond me. Maybe he's the guy that's been putting skeletons in everyone's gardens.
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I have an Earth Boarder: He's very hairy, has big buck teeth, and his room is always dirty---he's called a "Gopher" Now if I could just get him to pay his rent on time..............
Emilie
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snipped-for-privacy@aol.com (MLEBLANCA) wrote in writes:

Hi Emilie,
I have to confess, I don't know much about Boarders, but yours really sounds more like a Perennial Boarder. But the only example I can think of is something called a "Kato Kaelin".
In a sort of related story, I had a neighbor claim that one night after mowing his lawn, he saw a rabbit or something hanging around. (No it was NOT THE EASTER BUNNY). The next morning it was gone, but he did find two small, neatly piled "deposits" left behind. Moral: don't charge rabbits rent (except National Rabbit Manure Association members) . - S
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We have those in the UK. There's another kind of boarder, who is a sort of lodger. They live in your house in exchange for money. We had an American boarder once and she was hell.
An earth-boarder would probably be very kind and motherly towards your little children (unlike ours, who would scoff the food from their plates whenever my back was turned).
Janet.
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Hi Janet,
Sounds like an Annual Boarder, although could be a Perennial Boarder, depending on how long they last.

Now that sounds like a gopher, but closer to a rat.
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What kind of trees, how big, how far from the trunk will theborder be, where are you, how deep, what kind of soil, more info more info.
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