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Mud

Stuck with this Shitty Title
Apr 18, 2016
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April in a few years.
 

APRIL

Feel Free to Pee on Me
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Nah, you were able to help remind her about why she doesn't want dogs. :lol:
He has two good puppers, it's just when there are two large dogs.. it's quite the culture shift in the house.
 

Mud

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Not having them in the house is a big culture shift too once they been there for a while. But that's a sad story for another thread on another day.
 

wetwillie

Butt Hamster
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So do you grow all of those or just collect the pictures?
All of them and more - other stuff coming from another company. I'll start about 30 trays of 18 plants I figure.
Don't be silly - I save the catalogs. Pictures AND recipes. And history and stuff - Baker Creek's catalog is about 500 pages and e.g. when you get to poppies there are 10+ pages of historical shit.
 
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Domon

Robotic Dexter
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BOT - SEEDS!! Love this company's packages
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ah, I should post my seeds. All my generic stuff is from High Mowing seeds, and my specific fuck-you-disease hybrids are from TotallyTomatoes or right from the labs that make em

Ive definitely bought baker creek in the past though, I still get their seed catalogue. Theres somethin nice about paging through a seed catalogue and circling stuff that clicking categories on a website just cant do.
 

Domon

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Lee Valley Tools does that for me
they have a gardening catalogue too. I could never afford a thing out of either of their catalogues for the most part, but its still nice to look.

I have a Veritas 3 foot straight edge, .01 thou over 3ft if i remember right from them though
 
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Mr. Argumentor

Will Argue for Tacos
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they have a gardening catalogue too. I could never afford a thing out of either of their catalogues for the most part, but its still nice to look.

I have a Veritas 3 foot straight edge, .01 thou over 3ft if i remember right from them though
Every other holiday, Dad gets me or the wife something from them. Got us a Peasant's Knife one year for christmas. Wonderful knife
 

HipHugHer

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Time to buy chicken feed again.
127 eggs plus whatever's there when I get home. Call it 11 dozen. About $5.50 per.
Next go-round be less as laying is picking up pretty noticeably in the last 2-3 weeks as days get longer.
Aside from a freak like once in 20 years winter blast weather is what folks further north would consider warm spring/cool summer.
Possible it could get below 32f a night or three still but gardens will be in the ground and running this time next month.
 
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