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Thread: The 2010 Garden Thread
04-15-10, 12:25 AM #21
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04-15-10, 08:47 AM #23'Political Correctness is a doctrine fostered by a
delusional, illogical liberal minority, and rabidly
promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which
holds forth the proposition that it is entirely
possible to pick up a turd by the clean end!'
“A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity.” Sigmund Freud
04-15-10, 09:28 AM #24
04-16-10, 11:00 PM #25
This Sunday I will be visiting my scrap marble site and a couple of farm fields where the farmers push their field boulders into piles. I will also be stopping at two greenhouses along the way.
Of course I will reward myself with a few bloody mary's!
pics and many lolz coming!
04-19-10, 05:05 AM #26
04-20-10, 01:27 PM #27
04-20-10, 02:15 PM #28*************************"It wouldn't take much for me to up and run...to another life somewhere in the sun."*************************"There's something inherently wrong with having to put on a bullet-proof vest and a gun to go to work."-(An old friend)
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04-21-10, 07:16 PM #32
04-21-10, 10:08 PM #33
My beloved (said through gritted teeth) puppy got into my garden by chewing through my temporary fencing and she dug up one of my squash plants. Then she must've eaten it because we can't find a shred of it anywhere. Just the one plant, just the one dig site. I'll be puzzled once I get done being pissed.
05-02-10, 04:15 PM #34
05-02-10, 04:30 PM #35
Sorrel bit the dust
A lot had melted by the time I took the pics. There really was not that much damage.
05-02-10, 04:37 PM #36
Dude, that looks like it sucked. Sorry about the sorrel, is there any way to preserve what's left?
05-02-10, 05:21 PM #37
05-02-10, 05:47 PM #38
Garden/Bloody Mary Tour
First stop, the scrap marble source
Pretty good pickin's today.
...on to the rocks!
This pile was a little tricky. A few volunteer trees have grown since my last visit. I took a two-wheel cart over to the pile and picked the nicer rocks.
This pile was a little easier. Both piles were only 50 yds apart.
05-02-10, 05:53 PM #39
After all that hard work, it was time for a break!
tR's sports bar!
and one of their famous bloody mary's!
05-02-10, 05:59 PM #40
Garden/Bloody tour cont'd.
Harvey's Greenhouse, one of my favorite stops.
Outside their main building are over 2 doz. quonset huts.
behind the huts
Inside the main bldg
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