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Preparing to pick my first full sized tomato of the season. Black Krim. It's not fully ripe but I need to pick them before the squirrels start doing their taste tests.
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Reach for the wrong fork at a dinner party, and the worst that might befall you is a snooty...

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Just finished building my new raised beds and got all the fencing up. Looks great and just in time for planting to begin! The fence keeps my dogs out (they like to dig up onions) and allows my chickens to enjoy munching on bugs and digging it all up in the fall.
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Great new site, Its a lot quicker to load too. What happened to the pods?
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Congratulations on the new KGI.org...wow!
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