Coldframes

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Re: Coldframes

Postby mannytheseacow » Tue Nov 25, 2014 2:15 pm

Haha! That is hilarious. What beautiful creatures. I remember seeing manatees for the first time when I was a kid. It came up and grabbed some vegetation with those big mitten-like fins, and I think right then and there a lightbulb went off in my head and I totally understood evolution.

But, maybe it's high time I introduce you all to the real "mannytheseacow". So without further ado:

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It's a gentle creature that spends most of its summers underwater, though it comes to the surface in an occasional raging rapid.
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Re: Coldframes

Postby mannytheseacow » Sat Feb 07, 2015 7:22 pm

February 7 in northwest Illy-nwah. Shoveled a foot of snow off my cold frames and went inside to harvest a bunch of chard. Thinned out all the turnips and traded the goats turnips for some manure-bedding to prep some of the beds with. Maybe jumping the gun, but sewed a square of kale. Feeling especially thankful for all I have today.
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Re: Coldframes

Postby matt walker » Sun Feb 08, 2015 4:27 pm

So cool that you are still pulling food out of there. I sewed a row of cool greens in the greenhouse last week and the whole row is sprouting. I'm ready for salads again now.
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