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Re: New England, November 2014

Post  yolos on Thu Nov 27, 2014 8:20 am

It is so cold up there Camprn's weather footer on her tag line said:

Currently - NA*F  unknown

I guess it is too cold to register or maybe the weather station is frozen.
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Re: New England, November 2014

Post  AtlantaMarie on Thu Nov 27, 2014 8:22 am

brrrrrrr!!!
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Re: New England, November 2014

Post  camprn on Thu Nov 27, 2014 8:53 am

NA means the instruments for measuring or the connection to the National Weather Service isn't working. Lots of power outages this morning. Temp is currently about 27F.

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Re: New England, November 2014

Post  CapeCoddess on Fri Nov 28, 2014 8:47 am

Nice photo, camp. I love the geometric shapes. You could send that one in to NECN. I don't envy all the folks still without power though. Been there done that. 

No snow here, but I haven't seen the sun in days. Thank goodness for full spectrum light bulbs and St. John's wort. 

Oh, and my Eastham turnip stumpling is sprouting. Maybe by this time next year I'll have turnip seeds.

I also finally found out what kind of seaweed I've been harvesting. It's either this one in the link below or the Codium fragile - most likely a mix of both. 
https://seaweedindustry.com/seaweed/type/codium-tomentosum

okay, back to soup making and catching up on season 2 of Homeland. What are you all up to today?
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Re: New England, November 2014

Post  mollyhespra on Fri Nov 28, 2014 9:07 am

...(nice slippers, CC)...staying home where it's quiet, maybe sorting through seed packets to see what I want to keep/what I want to try (the first seed catalog has many earmarks already) for next year. This Thanksgiving has more of a X-Mas vibe with all the snow, so it feels like a pokey kind of weekend...soup does sound like a good idea...
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Re: New England, November 2014

Post  camprn on Fri Nov 28, 2014 10:18 am

Today I'm putting together a few more stained glass sun catchers and bees wax Christmas tree ornaments and getting ready for craft fair next week. Also need to rake a bit O snow off the roof. A nap will probably be in my future as well.

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Re: New England, November 2014

Post  NHGardener on Fri Nov 28, 2014 11:06 am

I'm pretty sure November is Latin for: See No Sun. Just another cloudy November day, but I am EXTREMELY thankful that I'm in the 12% minority who did not lose power in this town. It looks like over 70% are still w/o power. We got 10" of snow here. I don't think this snow is going to melt all the way either, so that may put a kabosh on my garden leafing project. Oh well. To be continued next spring... Getting ready for the Fedco Tree Order! This year's contestant is CHESTNUT! Can't wait.

CC, I love seeing where your feet have been. Laughing 

BTW, everyone is sick of butternut squash here.
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Re: New England, November 2014

Post  Marc Iverson on Fri Nov 28, 2014 8:37 pm

Good thing it keep so well!
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Re: New England, November 2014

Post  quiltbea on Sat Nov 29, 2014 5:31 pm

I rec'd my Johnny Seeds Catalog today and right away made a list of greens and baby leaf lettuces I want to try growing in trays outside my kitchen door this spring. 
It made me forget how cold its getting tonite.  Brrrrr.
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Re: New England, November 2014

Post  martha on Wed Dec 03, 2014 5:06 pm

Even though I might be able to do a little seed starting this year (see my "Kinda Excited" thread), this year, not being able to garden, my catalogs are coming much earlier than normal. I have Johnny's, and today I got Seed Saver's Exchange.

Still fun reading, especially now that I have a little hope!
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Re: New England, November 2014

Post  NHGardener on Wed Dec 03, 2014 6:23 pm

QB, I'm getting excited about Ray Praxxus' seed giveaway soon. Do you think he's doing it this year? It's fun!
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