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How soon we forget

Post  Jay Bird on 2/23/2011, 4:38 pm

I was cruisin thru the photo gallery and found my pics from last years garden, with the excitment and all from the tomato greenhoiuse I had forgotten how beutiful the garden outside was last year , it never ceases to amaze me how pretty a few canteloupe or cucumber plants can be growing up a trellis all vibrant and green, I am sooo ready for spring / summer so the garden can may thrive again.
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Post  boffer on 2/23/2011, 4:50 pm

JB, you have selective amnesia! I haven't forgotten the mud pit you were working in last spring putting in your water lines for your boxes. The picture is on the portal page slide show-it has a chicken in it. I also remember being in disbelief when you were talking about picking up stakes and moving to the east coast last summer! Just walking away from all your hard work and starting over...whew! C'mon spring Very Happy
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Post  Jay Bird on 2/23/2011, 5:05 pm

Boffer you just reminded me I need to pick up some more PVC valves for the irrigation,, Thanks.,, and yes memory is very selective, i do tend to forget the hard stuff
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