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    Tools of the trade: plumbing

    There's a lot of DIY's out there, we really are lucky in this generation. the least we can do is to take advantage of it. thanks for the link.
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    Cordage

    Oh my. That's sad to hear, I hope God will give me longer life, I know He will.
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    Ticks!

    Wow, That seems so nice, 3 months is a very long time to be tick free. I will surely get that too for my cat and my dog.
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    What's for dinner?

    We made hamburgers, french fries, and milkshakes, the regulars in a burger stand. We kinda miss them coz the nearest burger joint doesn't serve as better than what we cook.
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    Lip Gloss

    The New generation is very very innovative especially about what they put in them, lipsticks, lipgloss, makeup, they have alternative ways to have them. amazing.
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    Newbie from pa

    Hello and welcome to the forums. Yes, I agree, that how farms really work. we need to make use of everything in our surroundings...
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    500 pound boar!

    That's so big! I bet it will produce a lot of pork meat, We normally don't have such large pigs in our local slaughterhouse. How old is it? he looks so mature.
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    What did you do in the garden today?

    I noticed a lot of aloe vera plants almost dead, so I moved the others, and for those that have no way to be revived, I dumped them in the compost bin.
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    What's for dinner?

    Fried freshwater fish, Steamed eggplants, Shrimp paste, sliced tomatoes and onion, and a big glass full of Soursop juice. Yummy!! :thumbsup :thumbsup :thumbsup
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    Cranberry Juice

    Anyone here tried soursop juice? we have a lot here in the Philippines... I just love making juice out of it. My kids love them too... :weee :weee
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    Hello from the UK

    Hello!! Welcome to the forums!! 8 Years!! that is such a long time, I bet you have a lot of tips because of your experience. I hope to hear from you more in our forums!!
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    What did you do in the garden today?

    It's raining here so it actually helped me on the watering part. the flowers seem in bloom and the plants are sparkling, birds seem hiding because of the rain. so it's a little dull...
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    Cordage

    It's not that much of a bad thing, we do have maintenance tablets, I do take them. Luckily, I'm not on insulin. and I hope it won't come to that point. Hey!! does your hubby have spare tablets that he's not taking? maybe you can send some.
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    Ticks!

    I've heard that mint really is one of the best solutions, I think it is really good, Apple cider vinegar is a good fix too... But mint will be better coz it doesn't smell as bad.
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    What's for dinner?

    We made baby back ribs, avocado juice, sliced tomatoes as a side dish, and infused water. a slice of chocolate moose for a satisfying dessert. :thumbsup :thumbsup :thumbsup
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    Cranberry Juice

    Yeah!! Me too. It's just so versatile like I mentioned yesterday. We made avocado ice cream, My daughters love it. it's like a smoothie. I added a lot of condenced milk to it.
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    Canadian flocks!

    Hello!! and welcome to the forums!! Its always good to know that there is a site like this that can focus on things we can't just have on other forums. thank you for joining us and enjoy...
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    Food plots.

    Mine focused on summer and rainy season plants, those types of plants that can survive both hot and rainy seasons, we do have a lot of those types of plants here. :celebrate:celebrate:celebrate
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    I'm such a redneck

    I hope I can joint there, Its been so boring here these past few days. I'm looking for a real treat, where I can learn a lot of farming things and stuff.. you know what I mean.. :D:D:D
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    Ticks!

    I've already took care of mine that's for sure, surprisingly the solution provided is a dash of apple cider vinegar and baking soda. they can't stand it. finally... a permanent solution
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