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Here are some photos of my small crystal/rock/mineral collection.I was bored. Been home from work nursing a foot injury… Some of the stones in my collection include Quartz, Smokey Quartz, Amythist, Tiger’s eye, Turquoise, Petrified Wood, Snowflake Obsidian, Red Jasper, Calcite, Labradorite, Lapas, Citrine, Hematite, Agate, Jade, and others I don’t remember. lol
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Here are some photos of my small crystal/rock/mineral collection.I was bored. Been home from work nursing a foot injury… Some of the stones in my collection include Quartz, Smokey Quartz, Amythist, Tiger’s eye, Turquoise, Petrified Wood, Snowflake Obsidian, Red Jasper, Calcite, Labradorite, Lapas, Citrine, Hematite, Agate, Jade, and others I don’t remember. lol
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Here are some photos of my small crystal/rock/mineral collection.I was bored. Been home from work nursing a foot injury… Some of the stones in my collection include Quartz, Smokey Quartz, Amythist, Tiger’s eye, Turquoise, Petrified Wood, Snowflake Obsidian, Red Jasper, Calcite, Labradorite, Lapas, Citrine, Hematite, Agate, Jade, and others I don’t remember. lol
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Here are some photos of my small crystal/rock/mineral collection.I was bored. Been home from work nursing a foot injury… Some of the stones in my collection include Quartz, Smokey Quartz, Amythist, Tiger’s eye, Turquoise, Petrified Wood, Snowflake Obsidian, Red Jasper, Calcite, Labradorite, Lapas, Citrine, Hematite, Agate, Jade, and others I don’t remember. lol
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Here are some photos of my small crystal/rock/mineral collection.I was bored. Been home from work nursing a foot injury… Some of the stones in my collection include Quartz, Smokey Quartz, Amythist, Tiger’s eye, Turquoise, Petrified Wood, Snowflake Obsidian, Red Jasper, Calcite, Labradorite, Lapas, Citrine, Hematite, Agate, Jade, and others I don’t remember. lol
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Here are some photos of my small crystal/rock/mineral collection.

I was bored. Been home from work nursing a foot injury…

Some of the stones in my collection include Quartz, Smokey Quartz, Amythist, Tiger’s eye, Turquoise, Petrified Wood, Snowflake Obsidian, Red Jasper, Calcite, Labradorite, Lapas, Citrine, Hematite, Agate, Jade, and others I don’t remember. lol

CollegeHumor explains Net Neutrality

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I’m Adam.

-And I’m Emily.

We make “funny videos” on the Internet.

-But soon, we might not be able to.

That’s because…

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…net neutrality is in jeopardy. Net Neutrality is the principle that says ISPs can’t discriminate between different types of traffic.

That means that…

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…whether you’re a bedroom music producer, a couple on an amateur porn site, or just someone with a start up idea - you get access to the same users as Netflix, Facebook or Amazon. On the Internet, anyone can succeed.

But…

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…America’s ISPs wanna set up a pay-for-play system where rich companies pay extra to get to those users first.

If this happens…

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…instead of a wonderful playground if innovation that it is now, the Internet will become like cable TV where you can only get stuff that’s been pre-approved by a bunch of old rich guys.

Ten years from now…

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…your Internet bill could be a bigger “fustercluck” than your cable bill.

Now, you might be thinking…

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…isn’t the government supposed to protect me from fragrant doucheholery like this?

Unfortunately…

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…the former chairman of the FCC (government agency that’s SUPPOSED to protect you) is now the cable industry’s head lobbyist. And another former cable industry lobbyist is now the CURRENT head of the FCC.

So…

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…we can’t trust the FCC to make the right decision on their own. That’s why WE need to protect the Internet we love. The chaotic, AWESOME, often quite weird, place where literally everyone’s voice can be heard.

In a few months…

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…the FCC will approve this festering soal of proposal unless we speak up. The Internet is one of the few places where human voices speak louder than money. So while that’s still the case, let’s use those voices. Go to DEARFCC.ORG and tell them to protect Net Neutrality. Thanks for doing your part to protect the Internet.

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Contact FCC at https://dearfcc.org/

IF DEARFCC.ORG IS DOWN, simply go to good oldhttp://www.savetheinternet.com/

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Fall Garden. 09/09/14.My Butternut squash is going nuts. I have one fruit that’s the size of a softball and weighs at least three pounds so far. So far it’s the only one to survive to get to size, as SOMETHING is eating the baby squash shortly after they’re pollinated. I’ve come up with a plan to try to protect the fruits from whatever is causing the damage (some sort of mammalian pest for sure)… using nylon stockings and wire. We shall see how it works out by next week.In other news, my Red Beets are growing well. I’m thinking maybe I should have sowed the seeds a week or two sooner, but we’ll see how things go. The Fordhook Giant Swiss chard is doing really well now that the leaf miner problem is under control, as is the other Chard. The Dragon Tounge beans are about to flower, I had no idea the flowers would be purple! So pretty! I harvested THREE Bell peppers today, the smallest was turning bright red, the others are green but much bigger. I’m going to dehydrate them. Lastly, the Temptation strawberries are STILL flowering, but so far I’ve gotten no fruit as rodents/birds get to them before I get the chance to try any. That’s okay, eventually I’ll plant them somewhere where I can do something about the pest problem. I’m up to my ears in Cherry Tomatoes now. Three plants have given me eight pounds of fruit so far…. and they’re still going! More fruit has to ripen, and more flowers are blooming. It’s nuts! I had no idea they’d be so prolific! lolThings are winding down otherwise, it’s clear that Autumn is almost here. The bed in the back yard is looking pretty tired and ratty. The one up front isn’t as bad but soon it’ll be time to start pulling stuff out. But that won’t be for another few weeks at least. So until then I’m going to enjoy every minute of it.  :)
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Fall Garden. 09/09/14.My Butternut squash is going nuts. I have one fruit that’s the size of a softball and weighs at least three pounds so far. So far it’s the only one to survive to get to size, as SOMETHING is eating the baby squash shortly after they’re pollinated. I’ve come up with a plan to try to protect the fruits from whatever is causing the damage (some sort of mammalian pest for sure)… using nylon stockings and wire. We shall see how it works out by next week.In other news, my Red Beets are growing well. I’m thinking maybe I should have sowed the seeds a week or two sooner, but we’ll see how things go. The Fordhook Giant Swiss chard is doing really well now that the leaf miner problem is under control, as is the other Chard. The Dragon Tounge beans are about to flower, I had no idea the flowers would be purple! So pretty! I harvested THREE Bell peppers today, the smallest was turning bright red, the others are green but much bigger. I’m going to dehydrate them. Lastly, the Temptation strawberries are STILL flowering, but so far I’ve gotten no fruit as rodents/birds get to them before I get the chance to try any. That’s okay, eventually I’ll plant them somewhere where I can do something about the pest problem. I’m up to my ears in Cherry Tomatoes now. Three plants have given me eight pounds of fruit so far…. and they’re still going! More fruit has to ripen, and more flowers are blooming. It’s nuts! I had no idea they’d be so prolific! lolThings are winding down otherwise, it’s clear that Autumn is almost here. The bed in the back yard is looking pretty tired and ratty. The one up front isn’t as bad but soon it’ll be time to start pulling stuff out. But that won’t be for another few weeks at least. So until then I’m going to enjoy every minute of it.  :)
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Fall Garden. 09/09/14.My Butternut squash is going nuts. I have one fruit that’s the size of a softball and weighs at least three pounds so far. So far it’s the only one to survive to get to size, as SOMETHING is eating the baby squash shortly after they’re pollinated. I’ve come up with a plan to try to protect the fruits from whatever is causing the damage (some sort of mammalian pest for sure)… using nylon stockings and wire. We shall see how it works out by next week.In other news, my Red Beets are growing well. I’m thinking maybe I should have sowed the seeds a week or two sooner, but we’ll see how things go. The Fordhook Giant Swiss chard is doing really well now that the leaf miner problem is under control, as is the other Chard. The Dragon Tounge beans are about to flower, I had no idea the flowers would be purple! So pretty! I harvested THREE Bell peppers today, the smallest was turning bright red, the others are green but much bigger. I’m going to dehydrate them. Lastly, the Temptation strawberries are STILL flowering, but so far I’ve gotten no fruit as rodents/birds get to them before I get the chance to try any. That’s okay, eventually I’ll plant them somewhere where I can do something about the pest problem. I’m up to my ears in Cherry Tomatoes now. Three plants have given me eight pounds of fruit so far…. and they’re still going! More fruit has to ripen, and more flowers are blooming. It’s nuts! I had no idea they’d be so prolific! lolThings are winding down otherwise, it’s clear that Autumn is almost here. The bed in the back yard is looking pretty tired and ratty. The one up front isn’t as bad but soon it’ll be time to start pulling stuff out. But that won’t be for another few weeks at least. So until then I’m going to enjoy every minute of it.  :)
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Fall Garden. 09/09/14.My Butternut squash is going nuts. I have one fruit that’s the size of a softball and weighs at least three pounds so far. So far it’s the only one to survive to get to size, as SOMETHING is eating the baby squash shortly after they’re pollinated. I’ve come up with a plan to try to protect the fruits from whatever is causing the damage (some sort of mammalian pest for sure)… using nylon stockings and wire. We shall see how it works out by next week.In other news, my Red Beets are growing well. I’m thinking maybe I should have sowed the seeds a week or two sooner, but we’ll see how things go. The Fordhook Giant Swiss chard is doing really well now that the leaf miner problem is under control, as is the other Chard. The Dragon Tounge beans are about to flower, I had no idea the flowers would be purple! So pretty! I harvested THREE Bell peppers today, the smallest was turning bright red, the others are green but much bigger. I’m going to dehydrate them. Lastly, the Temptation strawberries are STILL flowering, but so far I’ve gotten no fruit as rodents/birds get to them before I get the chance to try any. That’s okay, eventually I’ll plant them somewhere where I can do something about the pest problem. I’m up to my ears in Cherry Tomatoes now. Three plants have given me eight pounds of fruit so far…. and they’re still going! More fruit has to ripen, and more flowers are blooming. It’s nuts! I had no idea they’d be so prolific! lolThings are winding down otherwise, it’s clear that Autumn is almost here. The bed in the back yard is looking pretty tired and ratty. The one up front isn’t as bad but soon it’ll be time to start pulling stuff out. But that won’t be for another few weeks at least. So until then I’m going to enjoy every minute of it.  :)
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Fall Garden. 09/09/14.My Butternut squash is going nuts. I have one fruit that’s the size of a softball and weighs at least three pounds so far. So far it’s the only one to survive to get to size, as SOMETHING is eating the baby squash shortly after they’re pollinated. I’ve come up with a plan to try to protect the fruits from whatever is causing the damage (some sort of mammalian pest for sure)… using nylon stockings and wire. We shall see how it works out by next week.In other news, my Red Beets are growing well. I’m thinking maybe I should have sowed the seeds a week or two sooner, but we’ll see how things go. The Fordhook Giant Swiss chard is doing really well now that the leaf miner problem is under control, as is the other Chard. The Dragon Tounge beans are about to flower, I had no idea the flowers would be purple! So pretty! I harvested THREE Bell peppers today, the smallest was turning bright red, the others are green but much bigger. I’m going to dehydrate them. Lastly, the Temptation strawberries are STILL flowering, but so far I’ve gotten no fruit as rodents/birds get to them before I get the chance to try any. That’s okay, eventually I’ll plant them somewhere where I can do something about the pest problem. I’m up to my ears in Cherry Tomatoes now. Three plants have given me eight pounds of fruit so far…. and they’re still going! More fruit has to ripen, and more flowers are blooming. It’s nuts! I had no idea they’d be so prolific! lolThings are winding down otherwise, it’s clear that Autumn is almost here. The bed in the back yard is looking pretty tired and ratty. The one up front isn’t as bad but soon it’ll be time to start pulling stuff out. But that won’t be for another few weeks at least. So until then I’m going to enjoy every minute of it.  :)
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Fall Garden. 09/09/14.My Butternut squash is going nuts. I have one fruit that’s the size of a softball and weighs at least three pounds so far. So far it’s the only one to survive to get to size, as SOMETHING is eating the baby squash shortly after they’re pollinated. I’ve come up with a plan to try to protect the fruits from whatever is causing the damage (some sort of mammalian pest for sure)… using nylon stockings and wire. We shall see how it works out by next week.In other news, my Red Beets are growing well. I’m thinking maybe I should have sowed the seeds a week or two sooner, but we’ll see how things go. The Fordhook Giant Swiss chard is doing really well now that the leaf miner problem is under control, as is the other Chard. The Dragon Tounge beans are about to flower, I had no idea the flowers would be purple! So pretty! I harvested THREE Bell peppers today, the smallest was turning bright red, the others are green but much bigger. I’m going to dehydrate them. Lastly, the Temptation strawberries are STILL flowering, but so far I’ve gotten no fruit as rodents/birds get to them before I get the chance to try any. That’s okay, eventually I’ll plant them somewhere where I can do something about the pest problem. I’m up to my ears in Cherry Tomatoes now. Three plants have given me eight pounds of fruit so far…. and they’re still going! More fruit has to ripen, and more flowers are blooming. It’s nuts! I had no idea they’d be so prolific! lolThings are winding down otherwise, it’s clear that Autumn is almost here. The bed in the back yard is looking pretty tired and ratty. The one up front isn’t as bad but soon it’ll be time to start pulling stuff out. But that won’t be for another few weeks at least. So until then I’m going to enjoy every minute of it.  :)
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Fall Garden. 09/09/14.My Butternut squash is going nuts. I have one fruit that’s the size of a softball and weighs at least three pounds so far. So far it’s the only one to survive to get to size, as SOMETHING is eating the baby squash shortly after they’re pollinated. I’ve come up with a plan to try to protect the fruits from whatever is causing the damage (some sort of mammalian pest for sure)… using nylon stockings and wire. We shall see how it works out by next week.In other news, my Red Beets are growing well. I’m thinking maybe I should have sowed the seeds a week or two sooner, but we’ll see how things go. The Fordhook Giant Swiss chard is doing really well now that the leaf miner problem is under control, as is the other Chard. The Dragon Tounge beans are about to flower, I had no idea the flowers would be purple! So pretty! I harvested THREE Bell peppers today, the smallest was turning bright red, the others are green but much bigger. I’m going to dehydrate them. Lastly, the Temptation strawberries are STILL flowering, but so far I’ve gotten no fruit as rodents/birds get to them before I get the chance to try any. That’s okay, eventually I’ll plant them somewhere where I can do something about the pest problem. I’m up to my ears in Cherry Tomatoes now. Three plants have given me eight pounds of fruit so far…. and they’re still going! More fruit has to ripen, and more flowers are blooming. It’s nuts! I had no idea they’d be so prolific! lolThings are winding down otherwise, it’s clear that Autumn is almost here. The bed in the back yard is looking pretty tired and ratty. The one up front isn’t as bad but soon it’ll be time to start pulling stuff out. But that won’t be for another few weeks at least. So until then I’m going to enjoy every minute of it.  :)
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Fall Garden. 09/09/14.My Butternut squash is going nuts. I have one fruit that’s the size of a softball and weighs at least three pounds so far. So far it’s the only one to survive to get to size, as SOMETHING is eating the baby squash shortly after they’re pollinated. I’ve come up with a plan to try to protect the fruits from whatever is causing the damage (some sort of mammalian pest for sure)… using nylon stockings and wire. We shall see how it works out by next week.In other news, my Red Beets are growing well. I’m thinking maybe I should have sowed the seeds a week or two sooner, but we’ll see how things go. The Fordhook Giant Swiss chard is doing really well now that the leaf miner problem is under control, as is the other Chard. The Dragon Tounge beans are about to flower, I had no idea the flowers would be purple! So pretty! I harvested THREE Bell peppers today, the smallest was turning bright red, the others are green but much bigger. I’m going to dehydrate them. Lastly, the Temptation strawberries are STILL flowering, but so far I’ve gotten no fruit as rodents/birds get to them before I get the chance to try any. That’s okay, eventually I’ll plant them somewhere where I can do something about the pest problem. I’m up to my ears in Cherry Tomatoes now. Three plants have given me eight pounds of fruit so far…. and they’re still going! More fruit has to ripen, and more flowers are blooming. It’s nuts! I had no idea they’d be so prolific! lolThings are winding down otherwise, it’s clear that Autumn is almost here. The bed in the back yard is looking pretty tired and ratty. The one up front isn’t as bad but soon it’ll be time to start pulling stuff out. But that won’t be for another few weeks at least. So until then I’m going to enjoy every minute of it.  :)
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Fall Garden. 09/09/14.My Butternut squash is going nuts. I have one fruit that’s the size of a softball and weighs at least three pounds so far. So far it’s the only one to survive to get to size, as SOMETHING is eating the baby squash shortly after they’re pollinated. I’ve come up with a plan to try to protect the fruits from whatever is causing the damage (some sort of mammalian pest for sure)… using nylon stockings and wire. We shall see how it works out by next week.In other news, my Red Beets are growing well. I’m thinking maybe I should have sowed the seeds a week or two sooner, but we’ll see how things go. The Fordhook Giant Swiss chard is doing really well now that the leaf miner problem is under control, as is the other Chard. The Dragon Tounge beans are about to flower, I had no idea the flowers would be purple! So pretty! I harvested THREE Bell peppers today, the smallest was turning bright red, the others are green but much bigger. I’m going to dehydrate them. Lastly, the Temptation strawberries are STILL flowering, but so far I’ve gotten no fruit as rodents/birds get to them before I get the chance to try any. That’s okay, eventually I’ll plant them somewhere where I can do something about the pest problem. I’m up to my ears in Cherry Tomatoes now. Three plants have given me eight pounds of fruit so far…. and they’re still going! More fruit has to ripen, and more flowers are blooming. It’s nuts! I had no idea they’d be so prolific! lolThings are winding down otherwise, it’s clear that Autumn is almost here. The bed in the back yard is looking pretty tired and ratty. The one up front isn’t as bad but soon it’ll be time to start pulling stuff out. But that won’t be for another few weeks at least. So until then I’m going to enjoy every minute of it.  :)
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Fall Garden. 09/09/14.My Butternut squash is going nuts. I have one fruit that’s the size of a softball and weighs at least three pounds so far. So far it’s the only one to survive to get to size, as SOMETHING is eating the baby squash shortly after they’re pollinated. I’ve come up with a plan to try to protect the fruits from whatever is causing the damage (some sort of mammalian pest for sure)… using nylon stockings and wire. We shall see how it works out by next week.In other news, my Red Beets are growing well. I’m thinking maybe I should have sowed the seeds a week or two sooner, but we’ll see how things go. The Fordhook Giant Swiss chard is doing really well now that the leaf miner problem is under control, as is the other Chard. The Dragon Tounge beans are about to flower, I had no idea the flowers would be purple! So pretty! I harvested THREE Bell peppers today, the smallest was turning bright red, the others are green but much bigger. I’m going to dehydrate them. Lastly, the Temptation strawberries are STILL flowering, but so far I’ve gotten no fruit as rodents/birds get to them before I get the chance to try any. That’s okay, eventually I’ll plant them somewhere where I can do something about the pest problem. I’m up to my ears in Cherry Tomatoes now. Three plants have given me eight pounds of fruit so far…. and they’re still going! More fruit has to ripen, and more flowers are blooming. It’s nuts! I had no idea they’d be so prolific! lolThings are winding down otherwise, it’s clear that Autumn is almost here. The bed in the back yard is looking pretty tired and ratty. The one up front isn’t as bad but soon it’ll be time to start pulling stuff out. But that won’t be for another few weeks at least. So until then I’m going to enjoy every minute of it.  :)
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Fall Garden. 09/09/14.

My Butternut squash is going nuts. I have one fruit that’s the size of a softball and weighs at least three pounds so far. So far it’s the only one to survive to get to size, as SOMETHING is eating the baby squash shortly after they’re pollinated. I’ve come up with a plan to try to protect the fruits from whatever is causing the damage (some sort of mammalian pest for sure)… using nylon stockings and wire. We shall see how it works out by next week.

In other news, my Red Beets are growing well. I’m thinking maybe I should have sowed the seeds a week or two sooner, but we’ll see how things go. The Fordhook Giant Swiss chard is doing really well now that the leaf miner problem is under control, as is the other Chard. The Dragon Tounge beans are about to flower, I had no idea the flowers would be purple! So pretty! I harvested THREE Bell peppers today, the smallest was turning bright red, the others are green but much bigger. I’m going to dehydrate them. Lastly, the Temptation strawberries are STILL flowering, but so far I’ve gotten no fruit as rodents/birds get to them before I get the chance to try any. That’s okay, eventually I’ll plant them somewhere where I can do something about the pest problem. I’m up to my ears in Cherry Tomatoes now. Three plants have given me eight pounds of fruit so far…. and they’re still going! More fruit has to ripen, and more flowers are blooming. It’s nuts! I had no idea they’d be so prolific! lol

Things are winding down otherwise, it’s clear that Autumn is almost here. The bed in the back yard is looking pretty tired and ratty. The one up front isn’t as bad but soon it’ll be time to start pulling stuff out. But that won’t be for another few weeks at least. So until then I’m going to enjoy every minute of it.  :)

September Garden Update. 09/03/14.I’ve got my first Butternut squash growing (something chewed a piece out of it though… I suspect the squirrels), it’s bigger than a softball now! I harvested FIVE POUNDS of cherry tomatoes today, as well as chopped down the Romain lettuce flower heads and cleaned up the front bed a little. The tomato plants are huge “triffids”, the weight of the fruit is making the branches drop low and spread across the ground like freaky green octopus, branches like tentacles… sprawling out all over the place. lolThis fall is going to be crazy busy when it comes time to start pulling stuff up…. Yeowza.
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September Garden Update. 09/03/14.I’ve got my first Butternut squash growing (something chewed a piece out of it though… I suspect the squirrels), it’s bigger than a softball now! I harvested FIVE POUNDS of cherry tomatoes today, as well as chopped down the Romain lettuce flower heads and cleaned up the front bed a little. The tomato plants are huge “triffids”, the weight of the fruit is making the branches drop low and spread across the ground like freaky green octopus, branches like tentacles… sprawling out all over the place. lolThis fall is going to be crazy busy when it comes time to start pulling stuff up…. Yeowza.
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September Garden Update. 09/03/14.I’ve got my first Butternut squash growing (something chewed a piece out of it though… I suspect the squirrels), it’s bigger than a softball now! I harvested FIVE POUNDS of cherry tomatoes today, as well as chopped down the Romain lettuce flower heads and cleaned up the front bed a little. The tomato plants are huge “triffids”, the weight of the fruit is making the branches drop low and spread across the ground like freaky green octopus, branches like tentacles… sprawling out all over the place. lolThis fall is going to be crazy busy when it comes time to start pulling stuff up…. Yeowza.
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September Garden Update. 09/03/14.I’ve got my first Butternut squash growing (something chewed a piece out of it though… I suspect the squirrels), it’s bigger than a softball now! I harvested FIVE POUNDS of cherry tomatoes today, as well as chopped down the Romain lettuce flower heads and cleaned up the front bed a little. The tomato plants are huge “triffids”, the weight of the fruit is making the branches drop low and spread across the ground like freaky green octopus, branches like tentacles… sprawling out all over the place. lolThis fall is going to be crazy busy when it comes time to start pulling stuff up…. Yeowza.
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September Garden Update. 09/03/14.I’ve got my first Butternut squash growing (something chewed a piece out of it though… I suspect the squirrels), it’s bigger than a softball now! I harvested FIVE POUNDS of cherry tomatoes today, as well as chopped down the Romain lettuce flower heads and cleaned up the front bed a little. The tomato plants are huge “triffids”, the weight of the fruit is making the branches drop low and spread across the ground like freaky green octopus, branches like tentacles… sprawling out all over the place. lolThis fall is going to be crazy busy when it comes time to start pulling stuff up…. Yeowza.
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September Garden Update. 09/03/14.I’ve got my first Butternut squash growing (something chewed a piece out of it though… I suspect the squirrels), it’s bigger than a softball now! I harvested FIVE POUNDS of cherry tomatoes today, as well as chopped down the Romain lettuce flower heads and cleaned up the front bed a little. The tomato plants are huge “triffids”, the weight of the fruit is making the branches drop low and spread across the ground like freaky green octopus, branches like tentacles… sprawling out all over the place. lolThis fall is going to be crazy busy when it comes time to start pulling stuff up…. Yeowza.
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September Garden Update. 09/03/14.I’ve got my first Butternut squash growing (something chewed a piece out of it though… I suspect the squirrels), it’s bigger than a softball now! I harvested FIVE POUNDS of cherry tomatoes today, as well as chopped down the Romain lettuce flower heads and cleaned up the front bed a little. The tomato plants are huge “triffids”, the weight of the fruit is making the branches drop low and spread across the ground like freaky green octopus, branches like tentacles… sprawling out all over the place. lolThis fall is going to be crazy busy when it comes time to start pulling stuff up…. Yeowza.
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September Garden Update. 09/03/14.I’ve got my first Butternut squash growing (something chewed a piece out of it though… I suspect the squirrels), it’s bigger than a softball now! I harvested FIVE POUNDS of cherry tomatoes today, as well as chopped down the Romain lettuce flower heads and cleaned up the front bed a little. The tomato plants are huge “triffids”, the weight of the fruit is making the branches drop low and spread across the ground like freaky green octopus, branches like tentacles… sprawling out all over the place. lolThis fall is going to be crazy busy when it comes time to start pulling stuff up…. Yeowza.
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September Garden Update. 09/03/14.I’ve got my first Butternut squash growing (something chewed a piece out of it though… I suspect the squirrels), it’s bigger than a softball now! I harvested FIVE POUNDS of cherry tomatoes today, as well as chopped down the Romain lettuce flower heads and cleaned up the front bed a little. The tomato plants are huge “triffids”, the weight of the fruit is making the branches drop low and spread across the ground like freaky green octopus, branches like tentacles… sprawling out all over the place. lolThis fall is going to be crazy busy when it comes time to start pulling stuff up…. Yeowza.
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September Garden Update. 09/03/14.

I’ve got my first Butternut squash growing (something chewed a piece out of it though… I suspect the squirrels), it’s bigger than a softball now! I harvested FIVE POUNDS of cherry tomatoes today, as well as chopped down the Romain lettuce flower heads and cleaned up the front bed a little. The tomato plants are huge “triffids”, the weight of the fruit is making the branches drop low and spread across the ground like freaky green octopus, branches like tentacles… sprawling out all over the place. lol

This fall is going to be crazy busy when it comes time to start pulling stuff up…. Yeowza.

New little girl who I’ve introduced to the colony (this photo is actually a bit out of date, she’s much bigger now). Her name is Lily. She’s a red eye dilute hooded Dumbo. So far everyone is getting along fine. Dot, my old black hooded Dumbo girl loves her and they spend most of the day snuggling.
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New little girl who I’ve introduced to the colony (this photo is actually a bit out of date, she’s much bigger now).

Her name is Lily. She’s a red eye dilute hooded Dumbo. So far everyone is getting along fine. Dot, my old black hooded Dumbo girl loves her and they spend most of the day snuggling.

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