Monthly Archives: March 2011

Planting Peppers

I was very happy with last years Pepper harvest, and in an effort to duplicate the results again this year, I’m planting my peppers a few days early. I’m changing my methods a little however, In the past I grew … Continue reading

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New Chicken Coop Foundation

In the fall of last year, I decided that my chicken coop was too small. I gave all of my chickens to my sister Sandy while I tore down the old coop, and started construction of a bigger model. I’ve … Continue reading

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Chard: Under Cover

I’ve decided that 2011 will be the year I finally move my gardening habit into the cooler weather seasons. I’ve gotten a start from a row of Swiss Chard that was planted in the spring of last year. I noticed … Continue reading

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It’s Begun

I’ve been waiting patiently, restraining myself from starting any seeds till the time is right, and that time is now. The season begins for me with Celery, which should be started 11 weeks before the last frost, several weeks before … Continue reading

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My Inner Geek

I’ve been asked to write up a guest post for a co-workers blog, about a project we’ve worked on to map addresses. If your interested, you can check it by clicking here. I try to keep anything computer related off … Continue reading

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