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The ducks have a new yard, my future tomato and bean garden. 12.22.17
And we won´t stop protesting!
Joan, thanks for the link to the storing nuts article (above). I learned a few things.
Today is our 7th consecutive day of over 60 degrees. We've broken all sorts of records in Indiana. I'm killing myself (like Kathy) doing too much--yard work, golf, even cut a load of wood.
It´s not after Trump yet.. elections here in a few weeks and I´m afraid our local Trump clone wins.
Hostas are sprouting and rhodies blooming. Spring is looming. Maybe there's life after Trump.
True, our persimmon trees can get mammoth. Good info on the chromosome difference, Daniel.
I have yet to investigate what kind of fruit trees I want. I have other apple varieties and one plum that never fruits. I know one thing--I won't plant a cherry tree. After growing up with them, when my last one split, I said "good riddance".
That sounds good, Kathy, large yards in quiet neighbourhoods! I enjoy the countryside enormously but I think I´d feel lost after so many years in apartments.
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