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Good Afternoon frm Maine

Post  ryersonhill on 9/25/2011, 1:24 pm

Just got the itch and dug the books back out and will start a box before long for spring planting, i used this back 10 years ago when i had my own place but sold and have rented for some time but being lid off and watching my mother can this fall i know i can fill the patnry next fall for a fraction of the cost, i was in the first graduating class of master Composting, so i am anxious to jump in and start building above grounds, all my previous builds came out of the first edition book and i can't wait to build my soil for weed free gardens well blah blah blah i guess i have rambled on enough time to start planning

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Re: Good Afternoon frm Maine

Post  NHGardener on 9/25/2011, 3:25 pm

lol!

Yeah, I'm planning today for next year too, after having my first summer sfg. Sometimes it's a matter of turning off the computer and getting out there. I just had to go outside and actually stare at the garden while I was making my decisions about what to plant where for next year, still not quite sure. blah blah blah I just gotta do it...

Oh, and welcome! Smile

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Re: Good Afternoon frm Maine

Post  Kelejan on 9/25/2011, 5:47 pm

ryersonhill.



When you get an itch you gotta scratch. Have fun preparing for next spring. I know you rmom will appreciate your efforts for next fall and it's a great way to use some of that free time you have.



The trouble when life is that when you have money you don't have time (because you have to work) , and vice versa.

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Re: Good Afternoon frm Maine

Post  ryersonhill on 9/25/2011, 9:50 pm

ya she is in her early 70's and she is the type that has to fill the shelves and i am visiting every day and she loves to cook i might as well get back to growing

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