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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-14-2010, 10:45 PM Thread Starter
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Started plantin the garden

Well got the garden turned and started planting a few things. Will wait awhile and put the rest in the ground when I know there will be no more cold snaps. So far I got

collards, carrots, lettuce, broccoli, and one other thing that has slipped my mind at the moment. Been busy with that stuff and outside yard work. Also trying to help take care of bro in laws place while he is gone. Got to go pick up his tractor from the shop in the morning. I see why I hardly ever hunt turkey. Spring time is busy at my house.
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sounds pretty healthy at the BF household. Spring time is busy here as well but I've been known to put things aside to get in the woods...as the wife says "first it's deer, then fish, and now turkey UGH"... that's funny.
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Gonna try and get mine worked up this weekend. It's been hot enough to start plantin, but we won't plant til 2nd week of May. Got burnt too many times. Almost that time tho!

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Warm here too, but I will wait for 2 weeks yet.
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i miss a garden, kinda.
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I don't have much area anymore just like a few fresh vegie's now and then.
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Well I'm all in at home, Tomatos, peppers of all kinds, okra, collards, squash, zuchini(sic) and some new stawberry plants. It could happen but I don't see a late freeze this year.
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If it wasnt for fried sqaush ever night for supper I probably wouldnt even plant a garden.. I love that stuff.. Fried okra as well.. Man I cant wait..
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If it wasnt for fried sqaush ever night for supper I probably wouldnt even plant a garden.. I love that stuff.. Fried okra as well.. Man I cant wait..
Just can't beat cornmealed and fried garden veggies. Love that stuff too.

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Just can't beat cornmealed and fried garden veggies. Love that stuff too.
You guys are making me hungry for a veggie burger or something.
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