lets hope you got enough for now.
for now. but i'll take some more off your hands tomorrow if you don't want it. i see you have some extra laying around.*
we had more last night sounds like there is a persistant pattern, so maybe you will be getting more too.
did you get more? was at the farmers market today. ooooooodles of great looking veggies. peppers too. got my 1st 13 corns. basil likes wav beens. i need to blog my midget pole beans who are rapidly recovering from wabbits.
did you get more?A little more. It all helped a lot though. No real local corn around here yet - mostly what they call local at this point comes up from southern PA. My earliest corn won't be ready until the 2nd or 3rd week of August. Tomatoes look good too... they love the heat. Big improvement over last year when the blights killed every last plant. Keeping my fingers crossed that nothing goes wrong there. And the peppers look much better after the rain. I was getting worried about them. Blueberries are ready too. Have to get me some of those picked.*
yeah,the scottish moss is looking very happy now. my pole beans have gotten a jumpstart. taters look good, but the onions. do those get hilled too? i just got up 4 boxes of catnip ready to ebay the best heirloom kitty pot.
Decent weather here today, first since nigh on feels like forever.farmer, I hope you gets more precipitation in moderation-and mike, I hope you catch a break.Gotta go assist in helping the animals escape the not-so-friendly confines of the fair grounds. Maybe that'll help quiet down the left-behinders here.Lots of "bleahh! bleahhhhh!" (goat-ese for "where the hell IS everyone?")I don't want to jinx anything from the soon-to-be-concluded County fair experience, but the wife tells me Winger Uncle Ted got cut off by a higher authority about 15 minutes in; I'm guessing that still got him the full check.But it's a Win-Win if he was saving his pseudo-patriot BullShit for later in the show.
Lots of "bleahh! bleahhhhh!" any fainting goats?did the kids win any prizes this year?*
No fainting goats.I think they stacked up 5 or 6 trophies; County gets your hopes up so they may be dashed at the State level- unless you live in a county with bonafide goat dairy owners.The wife is obligated to either sell or purchase 4-H raffle tickets each year. You can just do the buyout for $50 or actually enter the drawing for 10 bucks more, so-she used our name, the mo-in-law, and a few between her brother & sister. The bro hit it for $500 on a ticket he didn't buy.At least I can truthfully tell people that if decide to be a ticket pimp next year.
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