Where were you today?

Discussion in 'Adventure, Hiking, Backpacking and Travel' started by Theodore, Feb 24, 2017.

  1. STPNWLF

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    Dragged this out of the weeds from the neighbors, not sure what we'll do with it yet.
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    Very large hog roast?
     
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    Check out Surpluscenter.com for the gearbox or parts. They have some good prices. Hawk.
     
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    Probably doesn’t need the location given, but this is from Artist point in Yellowstone

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    I was in Pt. Pleasant, WV today. So had to stop by the Mothman Museum and see the Mothman.
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    Also, across the street is the historic Lowe Hotel, supposed to be haunted.
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    Just checking in, been abit busy the past few days. Helping my dad rebuild the windows on the back garden room and revamping the garden with some more old water troughs.
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    Doubled up the blades on the saw to cut the grooves for the glass.
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    Necessity is the mother of inginuity and invention
     
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    New layout in the garden, now I can get the wheelbarrow around all the growing beds
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    What happened to the stepping stones you might ask o_O
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    Just a bit of hiking today IMG_7985.JPG IMG_7983.JPG IMG_7988.JPG IMG_7992.JPG IMG_7995.JPG IMG_7996.JPG IMG_7999.JPG
     
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    Adding more soil from the debri pile to the new garden layout
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    I've been wanting to put in a backyard garden, you think that would be deep enough for potatoes?
     
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    Do you drill the bottom of those for drainage?
     
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    @anrkst6973 yes, but it's a pita to dig them out. I'm now growing my potatoes in large plastic pots, that way I can just dump them out. You could also use 5gal buckets, just drill some drain holes in the bottom. Start with just a few inches of soil at the bottom, as the plants grow keep adding soil till it's full.
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    Time to add more soil
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    Then water it down
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    I use a pickaxe, great way for taking out your frustrations
     
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    That is a stellar idea! I'm using that for sure, ( this is one of those "Duh"! moments) Thank you myfreind.
     
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    Spent more time than should have been the case getting this bloody wheel off so I could replace the tyre. Shop charges an extra $75 if you bring it in with the wheel still on the bike....after the swearing involved it may have been worth it.....
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    Especially with all the nasty spiders that live in your bike.
     
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    .....yes trust me, it got a good hose out before I started work!!!
     
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