I live *near* Albany, NY like someone lives *near* Carson City, NV.
You obviously know nothing about Albany County or its surrounding
counties... that's because you haven't a clue about how someone can
live *near* a city yet still live in a very rural area. The vast
majority of Albany county is extremely rural. From this post alone I
know you don't live rural now nor have you ever lived rural, except in
ya know Shelly, you really are a farging asshole. do you
*really* want me to post a closer discription of where you
obviously *you* have never been to southern NH or you would
clearly see that i certainly do know about rural areas near
cities, since NH has far less area between cities than NY
does. however, it's getting too developed for my taste, as is
Albany county. we're looking mostly up in St.Lawrence,
Jefferson & Lewis counties now.
at least i live in a house & not a double wide...
Last night while sitting in my chair
I pinged a host that wasn't there
Thanks to everybody for your suggestions and your encouragement. I'm
feeling a little more comfortable that somebody else out there might
actually find this to be an asset. I've decided to make a binder with
a list of plantings, and photos of the garden at various times of
year. I'll put that right where anybody walking through will see it
and hopefully, at the very least it will dispel the idea that it's
Take heart and be patient. I am looking for a house west of
Boston, and I'd consider what you have done a real plus. I am
most definitely NOT interested in a property with a large expanse
of grass. I would like trees and natural surroundings that the
critters can enjoy.
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