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doak
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« on: October 14, 2007, 11:52:28 PM »

Planted some purple top turnips, curly mustard, beets and rutabagas yesterday.
Have one pumpkin that didn't come soon enough and I don't think it will make before frost.
Have those jalapeno peppers to pick, and a hand full of dixie butter peas.
I start deer hunting Wednesday. Wink
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« Reply #1 on: October 15, 2007, 09:36:41 AM »

Doak, yum, yum yum.  I always love to hear of the vegies that people grow, it is wonderful to eat our own foods.  And to be a hunter, yeah!!!!  Good for you!!!  Enjoy your hunting experiences, wish I was there.  I wish that we had a hunter living with us, I love venison and the wild game.  My son-in-law's cousin is going hunting soon.  I hope he has got the hints that I would love to have a bunch of meat in my freezer too (I would look after his catch for him, no problem  evil, wouldn't even eat any  evil). Just kidding, I know he would be happy to give us some of his hard work and enjoyment that he had while hunting.  Yeah!!!!  I am grateful that I am an omnivore!!!  Have a wonderful and beautiful day, in our great ol' world.  Cindi
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