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BarG

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You've got to give those ancient folks credit, though, for being able to start a fire 2 feet below a pond. I guess they didn't have the technology yet to make a hot water heater any other way.

Bob
Bob, if thats a joke i am not sure I got it. I had to duck, it was over my head.
 
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My little Dutch is also loving the Texas heat. It’s been the most prolific of everything I planted this year. I’ve already had to harvest everything else.
 

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I have ended up having to prime everything because of a late plant and 100 degree weather, luckily I saved my old hanging rack. it aint near as full as it used to be.
 

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My little Dutch is also loving the Texas heat. It’s been the most prolific of everything I planted this year. I’ve already had to harvest everything else.
I had no idea you were in Texas my friend,heh heh, Austin is one hot dry ass climate for sure. I bet it is hard on you there.
 

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The far left on the political scale have no respect for Stephen F. Austin. Tear him down, rename the city. I can believe it because Austin was the coolest place when I was a kid and it attracted a new generation {non Texas patriots. }
 

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My reply is, my camera broke, it was old. My plants are huge and flowering. I am fighting mold with primes, moved them in my shop with a fan..
 
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