Because of age "creeping up" changing to "running full bore", I went from 5 compost bins to 2. Next year if I contract out the lawn maintenance, I will probably do away with the remaining 2 bins. That depends on my source of free composted horse bedding not disappearing though.engineeredgarden wrote:John, I think you're having composting withdrawals.....I know how you enjoyed building those piles with HM and leaves each year. I've been wondering what you've been up to lately, as I haven't seen you post on the forums or your journal for a while.
What exactly do you mean by "BM" (I know it's not what Farmer and I think it is )?farmerlon wrote:You've got a toilet on your back porch?Jbest wrote:... In about 5 MN I will be on the back porch having a relaxing BM[img]https://www.smileycons.com/img/emotions/97.gif[/img]
Sorry, I couldn't resist ... I almost flipped my chair, laughing when I saw your "relaxing BM" statement.
Yeah, maybe you're feeling down since you know all the great gardening stuff is coming to an end. Look at it this way, though: now you can start ordering catalogs, poring over them, and plan out next year's garden. That always gets me excited.lily51 wrote:Might be end of the season blahs. I get it every year. Not much is happening, the many 90 degree days are a challenge, watering only goes so far when what we need is rain.
I did buy some creeping thyme today to plant on the greenhouse steps, so that's a little something to keep my interest.
It passes and then next year I'll be ready to get out there and plant. Hope springs eternal!
Oh my I think I am falling in love. A Lady with a cheek full of tobacco.[img]https://www.smileycons.com/img/emotions/90.gif[/img] JohnOzark Lady wrote: I have tobacco, still inside, some just transplanted, some growing, some blooming, and some setting seeds and about done for the year. The inside plants actually look the best, I think I will pot them up and just keep them inside!
It doesn't have a gauge but it IS weighted. I have to find the manual to see what the weight is. I know you can get this pressure cooker with a black weight but you can get a green weight as an after-market option.LindsayArthurRTR wrote:Apple, does your pressure cooker have a guage? Is it weighted? If so, no refridgeration needed just follow blue book directions!
Don't take it all we may get your left overs. JohnOzark Lady wrote:IT IS RAINING!
September first is being so good... rain!
Now, I can feel more like gardening... just keep coming!
It is raining so hard that I can't see the garden. Oops, topsoil on the pasture will run right off the hill!
That would help alot.[img]https://www.smileycons.com/img/emotions/88.gif[/img] Johngarden5 wrote:It looks like the storm got you motivated, OL. Maybe a good thunderstorm is just wheat JB needs? Actually, I could go for one myself.....been dry all week here .