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Shapley wrote:And I promise not to make any reference to the fact that it didn't get vandalized until we had a Democrat in the White House.... err, sorry, I guess I just did....
piqaboo wrote:I pulled iceplant for 30 min.
Before that, I pulled nettles and tall grass for 30 min, so we could get down to the iceplant.
Hmmmmmm... didnt I make this same post about 11 months ago?
Started the vegetable gardening. The carrots are sprouted. We put in seeds for tomatoes, okra, sweet peppers, beans, peas and lettuce. I bought 6 tomatoes in 4" pots, various types. Now to dig in the compost, get back to the dump for more, buy trellis stuff, buy and bury chicken wire etc.
March is looking busy.
no idea how I'm going to split them.
Shapley wrote: Back when I worked at Hammond Organ Company, poplar was the cheap wood, and we used it wherever the wood was hidden.
Selma in Sandy Eggo wrote:I looked on Amazon, and there are a whole bunch of hydraulic log splitters. I'm thinking power would be the way to go. Might the local rent-a-machine place have them?
Selma in Sandy Eggo wrote:jamiebk wrote:...at least 20 tons of power...more is better....
Now you're channeling Tim Allen. I recognize the philosophy <insert man noises>
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