Pony Party…. Garden

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Hang out and chit chat for awhile… and when you’re done

check out some of the excellent offerings on our recent and rec’d list.

O & Please don’t rec the pony party, another will trot up in a few hours.


This is NOT the version I was looking for. It was the only one I could find.

(it ain’t that bad)

We’re in the country at the farm. Connection is teh sux.


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  1. I will enter Luddite utopia, my mother has no internet at all, and she has a TV with 3 channels on it. After a a few days of having restful centered thoughts I am generally trying to track down a friend with the day off so I can get my crack. No TV, no problem, no internet, big problem.

  2. of less than 10,000. Now that’s rural, I don’t care who you are…(oops, channeling Larry the cable guy)We garden every year, and can and eat the results. We also give away a good deal of vegetables to friends and neighbors. Our gardens comprise around 6,000 sf of vegetables, and that doesn’t count all the flower beds.

    Our interest right now is to continue moving toward greater self-sufficiency and to get a cut-over generator to run when the electricity goes out. (3-4 times a year, not counting hurricanes)

    The following is a list of what we grew last year:

    Tomatoes (over 100 plants)



    Butter beans

    Black-eyed peas

    peppers (4 types including jalapenos and banana peppers (peppermint)



    Green Beans (snaps)

    Roma beans





    We installed Apple and Peach trees in our orchard, with the wild cherry trees.

    I wouldn’t trade it for anything.

    Oh, by the way, we have satellite internet.

    • RiaD on January 11, 2008 at 03:30

    a landline w/net by next thursday.

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