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    3rd is up at the home place... Water back on... Nice!!!!


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    Cryptic Travis. Your posts always stimulate the most interesting responses as we dive into what we think you mean. Love it!
    For example your "Refreshing" post seemed perfectly clear until I noticed the 5 gallon bucket on your TW has a big crack in it. Wouldn't that let all the refreshing essence leak away?

    Now if I had your working irrigation set up I wouldn't have had to hand wash my dogs yesterday; could have simply let them chase my TW through the sprinklers.
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    I think I could charge "city folk" for my dog wash and exercise... Why walk a dog when one can "dub" them....

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    Not to say that you are "city" at all Fred!!!

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    Aw, I just an "all hat and no horse" kind of guy. I've got garlic and corn coming up nicely but usually I feel like a frustrated Eddie Albert from the Green Acres comedy show. Few crops last long enough for me to harvest.Anim_Homepage.gif
    Went to move a truck this morning and hood was littered with several peach pits...apparently the squirrels think hood is a good picnic table to enjoy the fruits of my labor.
    This year I am now getting jack rabbits who are nightly laying waste to wife's prized irises...formerly only an occasional bear would try to browse on them. Deer do keep the apple trees pruned nicely.
    Flathats and grewen like this.
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    Loved Green Acres... Came on right after "Bev Hillbillies"...one channel kid here also...

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    Those were two of my favorites way back when. Was only allowed limited viewing though....something about too much television and brain damage.
    Beverly Hillbillies Season 1 Episode 3 Jethro Explains Fast Women ...
    With out much TV I'ld go out and ride my bicycle without a helmet or roll a homemade go-cart down a steep hill with tennis shoe for brakes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    Aw, I just an "all hat and no horse" kind of guy. I've got garlic and corn coming up nicely but usually I feel like a frustrated Eddie Albert from the Green Acres comedy show. Few crops last long enough for me to harvest.Anim_Homepage.gif
    Went to move a truck this morning and hood was littered with several peach pits...apparently the squirrels think hood is a good picnic table to enjoy the fruits of my labor.
    This year I am now getting jack rabbits who are nightly laying waste to wife's prized irises...formerly only an occasional bear would try to browse on them. Deer do keep the apple trees pruned nicely.
    isn't nature a pain in the ass!!!
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    At least my antler crop is coming along nicely. If I was a poacher and an extremely bad shot I think I could still fill the meat locker without too much effort. "Shot" these guys with my Android from maybe 4 yards away an hour ago

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    These velvety guys are fearless raiders of my fruit trees.

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