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Using Bone Ashes in the Garden. 12.9.18
Randy, what do you cover your strawberries with? I'm too lazy to cover mine. They don't seem to mind the temperatures getting 40 degrees below freezing.
Wish I had room for a walnut and almond tree.
Daniel, maybe they're dog eggs :)
It's been a long time since I've been tough enough to do much outside when the temps were 60 degrees F below freezing, or even at freezing.
With nights getting down below 20 degrees, the ol' garden is pretty much "dead". I still have Brussels sprouts to harvest, maybe a little broc and chard, but they look pretty limp. Carrots and a few beets are still in the ground and should be okay for awhile. Time to cover strawberry plants.
I also need to gather almonds. They don't fall readily from the tree. I'm starting to crack them open, about half of which are good. Walnuts are drying on the wood stove. They take awhile to dry out.
That is a dreadful bite, Daniel, and it looks painful; any temperature, headache, nausea?
My only experience was with Dad and a Black Widow Spider bite and Laura's Recluse Spider bite and neither had a bruise such as yours. They did have the puncture marks and infections that had to be treated by Rx & in the case of Laura, debrided tissue.
Oh yes, if its purple, it counts.
That looks pretty awful, Daniel, glad you've got treatment started.
Hahahaha........that's my kid........hahahaha.........
Spud - you could be in trouble. I think the people eater's purple, and he doesn't necessarily eat purple people.
I used to hear that on the radio and thought it was cute. Also thought I don't have to worry because I'm not purple.
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