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Hello from Southeastern PA

Post  Lablover on 4/28/2013, 10:22 pm

(Please bear with my typing. I'm right handed & I broke my right wrist. So, won't be great for a few weeks.) I used SFG in past. I am going to need to read new, updated version. Won't have a very big garden this year either due to wrist but I want to make the most of what space i will use. Looking forward to chatting! Very Happy

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Post  CarolinaGirl on 4/28/2013, 11:00 pm

Welcome. Also a lab lover here! Currently have 75lbs of English labby love at my house:
He's not spoiled or anything lol....

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Re: Hello from Southeastern PA

Post  jimmy cee on 4/28/2013, 11:34 pm

Welcome neighbor, hope your stay here is fruitful..mine certainly was and still is.
Lots of good info from many folk

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Post  Parb on 4/30/2013, 11:25 am

@Lablover wrote:(Please bear with my typing. I'm right handed & I broke my right wrist. So, won't be great for a few weeks.) I used SFG in past. I am going to need to read new, updated version. Won't have a very big garden this year either due to wrist but I want to make the most of what space i will use. Looking forward to chatting! Very Happy

Hi and Welcome, Lablover. I was born in Texas, live in Texas, but I have Pennsylvania roots. My father was born and reared in Pottstown, PA, Chester County. My oldest brother was born in Pottstown, Pa, Montgomery County. I still have a few cousins living there. We lived in Gilbertsville, when I was a child before moving back to Texas. My Dad met my Mom in San Antonio where she was visiting an aunt and where he was stationed during WWII.

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Lablover... welcome!

Post  Windmere on 4/30/2013, 12:17 pm

Hi Lablover, Welcome to this amazing forum. I have learned a ton of things here. Everyone is very helpful (reassuring for a novice gardener like me).

My mother is from Minersville (next to Potsville). So, I have some Pennsylvania roots. My mom used to go picking mushrooms with my grandmother (who knew very well which were not poisonous).

Enjoy your garden (and I hope your wrist heals soon).

glad you\'re here

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Gorgeous Lab

Post  Lablover on 5/4/2013, 6:43 pm

@CarolinaGirl wrote:Welcome. Also a lab lover here! Currently have 75lbs of English labby love at my house:
He's not spoiled or anything lol....

I have 2 labs. One is English as well, the one pictured here. His name is Hagrid. My other is Sookie she is an American lab, much smaller. But my labs aren't spoiled either, ahem. (yeah right Very Happy )

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Nice to meet you

Post  Lablover on 5/4/2013, 6:45 pm

@Windmere wrote:Hi Lablover, Welcome to this amazing forum. I have learned a ton of things here. Everyone is very helpful (reassuring for a novice gardener like me).

My mother is from Minersville (next to Potsville). So, I have some Pennsylvania roots. My mom used to go picking mushrooms with my grandmother (who knew very well which were not poisonous).

Enjoy your garden (and I hope your wrist heals soon).

glad you\'re here

Hey, I have an idea where you're referring to. I am from the mushroom capital of PA. We have mushroom farms everywhere here. Looking forward to chatting! Smile

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Re: Hello from Southeastern PA

Post  sfg4uKim on 5/4/2013, 8:33 pm

Hi Lablover!

Where in SE PA are you? If you're close to Aberdeen, MD and need it, I've got a contact for compost (not "certified" but it IS organic) and even finished "Mel's Mix".

I also have some people in the York area who want me to come up there to teach a class.

Hope you enjoy exploring the Forum!

Kim

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