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Old 22-10-2002, 02:31 AM
Fran Higham
 
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"Rocks" wrote in message

'D' day approaches and this computer will be dismantled and packed in the
next two days.


Ted

All the best for the move and the new place. I haven't yet had a chance to
reply to the wonderful last post you did on the vinegar mother and my
feeding of my batch. My apologies for that but you see I too have been
extremely busy (with work and also with trying to sell this place - more on
that at some other time). I have taken the advice on board and printed it
off as it is obviously more useful info that the pack of poo tickets advice
I found somewhere on the net.

All the best to you and Sheena. We will make sure Cap'n Blood keeps us
updated on your progress.



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Old 22-10-2002, 09:47 AM
len brauer
 
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ok any day now i reckon i'm gonna feel the urge to put some update
pics online, this building a house from scratch experience has been
nothing short of a nighmare, and does not come highly recommended by
us. we are a cats whisker away from the tiolet eventually being
finished and getting the whole project through final inspection.

we are going to try and sell the geese before we turn them into food,
there is no hope of proviidng grazing here for them without at least
regular rainfall, which currently we are conservatively around 18"s
behind the proverbial 8 ball. the dam level dam drops by the day, the
bore is now not able to provide water to capacity, so may need to
prostitute my body to get funds for the extra bit-n-pieces needed so
we can swap between the bore and the tanks. the ultimate being getting
an excavator in and dredging out the water hole then buy a
petrol/diesel powered fire pump to pump water from there to a yet to
be installed gravity feed tank.

all takes money and we are desperatley trying to win lotto right now,
but it will happen eventually, pity there isn't some trusted advice
department sopmewhere to come and see what you need and make suitable
suggestions, but that's another story. like it would be good if
someone said to us to buy a 40 foot container instead of the far too
small 20 footer, maybe there is a money earning thingy there for us in
the future. as i type this i can hear thunder in the distant west
fingers crossed.

well we rescued what ever chinese water chestnuts of teds that we
could (sorry ted if i wasn't such a conservationist i'd eat the
ducks).

ok a question:

we have garlic growing out of some of the mulch that we have put
around one of our peanut trees, now we don't throw garlic out what is
lucky enough to sprout (we are high garlic consumers) gets planted.

so now the question there are about 5 garlic plants growing in a small
circle (about 6" diameter), when i first saw them they looked like
garlic but i thought they may be a native plant, but today i crushed
up a bit of leaf and it smells like garlic - so how did it get there?

do you reckon it could be wild garlic if there is such a beast?

now the original mulch hay was spread this time last year there has
been some new compost mulch added of recent times. could the recent
mulch have been collected from an old garlic farm and contain seed
that have now sprouted? appreciate nay thoughts or ideas the total
answer may become evident whenh it is time to harvest later on.

water prob's and all all our summer crops are looking good we look
like having a bumper melon and pumpkin crop, so can feel some farm
gate sales on the way (slow down len your counting the chickens before
they hatch now), so because culture has changed the honesty system no
longer works so we would need to allocate time to personnaly sell say
2 afternoons a week for a couple of hours or so, well bev could do
some knitting hey?

anyhow this is getting a bit long, i visit at least twice daily read
most posts. and will keep you all up to date on behalf of ted n sheena
with pleasure.

tkae care one and all

len n bev
--
happy gardening
'it works for me it could work for you,'

"in the end ya' gotta do what ya' gotta do" but consider others and the environment
http://hub.dataline.net.au/~gardnlen/
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Old 24-10-2002, 10:59 PM
Fran Higham
 
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"len brauer" wrote in message

ok any day now i reckon i'm gonna feel the urge to put some update
pics online,


Look forward to seeing them Len. After all the hard work you should give us
a chance to ooh and aaah about the progress you've made from day one.

we are going to try and sell the geese before we turn them into food,


What sort do you have again?

(snip)

without at least
regular rainfall, which currently we are conservatively around 18"s
behind the proverbial 8 ball.


We have had just enough rain to have a green drought here. We are having a
load of feed delivered over the weekend while we can still buy it and just
in case we need it (we will need it desperately if we don't get some good
rain and then follow up rain in the next month).

I bought some straw mulch bales for my tomato plants the other day and it
was $6.60/bale (up from $4 last year!) and 2nd quality lucerne was
$12.50/bale (up from $8 last yr)(thankfully I only had to buy one bale to
make up the number I needed 'cos they were short of straw). AND thankfully
I didn't get around to planting my Tom plants because yesterday morning we
had a frost! The old saying about not planting the toms till the winner of
the Melbourne Cup is known is quite right for this district. I had to do an
early shift at my little part time job and I had to scrape the frost off
with one of my credit cards so it as it wasn't a light frost.

the dam level dam drops by the day, the
bore is now not able to provide water to capacity,


Bummer!

so may need to
prostitute my body to get funds for the extra bit-n-pieces needed so
we can swap between the bore and the tanks. the ultimate being getting
an excavator in and dredging out the water hole then buy a
petrol/diesel powered fire pump to pump water from there to a yet to
be installed gravity feed tank.


I know we discussed the need for a gravity feed tank some time in the past
and thought you'd already put it in. There is always something that needs
doing isn't there?

ok a question:

we have garlic growing out of some of the mulch that we have put
around one of our peanut trees, now we don't throw garlic out what is
lucky enough to sprout (we are high garlic consumers) gets planted.

so now the question there are about 5 garlic plants growing in a small
circle (about 6" diameter), when i first saw them they looked like
garlic but i thought they may be a native plant, but today i crushed
up a bit of leaf and it smells like garlic - so how did it get there?


Could it be garlic chives????? They look somewhat different to garlic but
as they seed prolifically and mine have had a growth ring pattern similar to
the circle you describe. Certainly the leaves are strongly garlic smelling
(they get quite a pretty white flower on them and they look just as good in
the edge of a flowere bed as they do in with the herbs).

do you reckon it could be wild garlic if there is such a beast?


Never heard if it in Aus Len but would certainly image that there may be
wild garlic in the old world (they had to get it from somewhere, didn't
they).



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Old 24-10-2002, 10:59 PM
Fran Higham
 
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"len brauer" wrote in message

ok any day now i reckon i'm gonna feel the urge to put some update
pics online,


Look forward to seeing them Len. After all the hard work you should give us
a chance to ooh and aaah about the progress you've made from day one.

we are going to try and sell the geese before we turn them into food,


What sort do you have again?

(snip)

without at least
regular rainfall, which currently we are conservatively around 18"s
behind the proverbial 8 ball.


We have had just enough rain to have a green drought here. We are having a
load of feed delivered over the weekend while we can still buy it and just
in case we need it (we will need it desperately if we don't get some good
rain and then follow up rain in the next month).

I bought some straw mulch bales for my tomato plants the other day and it
was $6.60/bale (up from $4 last year!) and 2nd quality lucerne was
$12.50/bale (up from $8 last yr)(thankfully I only had to buy one bale to
make up the number I needed 'cos they were short of straw). AND thankfully
I didn't get around to planting my Tom plants because yesterday morning we
had a frost! The old saying about not planting the toms till the winner of
the Melbourne Cup is known is quite right for this district. I had to do an
early shift at my little part time job and I had to scrape the frost off
with one of my credit cards so it as it wasn't a light frost.

the dam level dam drops by the day, the
bore is now not able to provide water to capacity,


Bummer!

so may need to
prostitute my body to get funds for the extra bit-n-pieces needed so
we can swap between the bore and the tanks. the ultimate being getting
an excavator in and dredging out the water hole then buy a
petrol/diesel powered fire pump to pump water from there to a yet to
be installed gravity feed tank.


I know we discussed the need for a gravity feed tank some time in the past
and thought you'd already put it in. There is always something that needs
doing isn't there?

ok a question:

we have garlic growing out of some of the mulch that we have put
around one of our peanut trees, now we don't throw garlic out what is
lucky enough to sprout (we are high garlic consumers) gets planted.

so now the question there are about 5 garlic plants growing in a small
circle (about 6" diameter), when i first saw them they looked like
garlic but i thought they may be a native plant, but today i crushed
up a bit of leaf and it smells like garlic - so how did it get there?


Could it be garlic chives????? They look somewhat different to garlic but
as they seed prolifically and mine have had a growth ring pattern similar to
the circle you describe. Certainly the leaves are strongly garlic smelling
(they get quite a pretty white flower on them and they look just as good in
the edge of a flowere bed as they do in with the herbs).

do you reckon it could be wild garlic if there is such a beast?


Never heard if it in Aus Len but would certainly image that there may be
wild garlic in the old world (they had to get it from somewhere, didn't
they).



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Old 25-10-2002, 03:05 AM
len brauer
 
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On Fri, 25 Oct 2002 07:59:46 +1000, "Fran Higham"
wrote:

"len brauer" wrote in message

snipped

a chance to ooh and aaah about the progress you've made from day one.

it could come under the title of 'saga'.

snipped
What sort do you have again?

emden's

snipped

rain and then follow up rain in the next month).

this drought has gone from green drought to full on, we are goinjg to
have to connect the rainwater tanks into the system pretty soon as
even some of the more established trees planted this time last year
are showing the effects, so if we are not lucky/careful we could lose
what we saved from the frost to the drought.

snipped
with one of my credit cards so it as it wasn't a light frost.

we have been getting mulch hay for 2 bucks that is now up to 2.50, so
the staw is off the manu while it is 8.50.

snipped
Bummer!

yeh couldn't agree more but we will get through it somehow.

snipped
doing isn't there?

no not up yet it is one of those many things that have been put on the
back burner, pending all the difficulties we are having with the
building project etc.,. and now it will be moved back even further as
we will need to develop a better water supply to source from, the bore
would fill it at present.

ok a question:

snipped
the edge of a flowere bed as they do in with the herbs).

this one is not the chives we have white and blue flowering g/chives i
the gardens this has the regular garlic plant appearance, never had
garlic spring up out of the blue before so it will be interesting to
see what happens when harvest time comes. at present it is thriving.

snipped
they).

mmmm dunno just thought i heard of wild garlic mentioned somewhere but
could be wrong.

great to chat with you again fran, oh would it be ok to divide the
rhubarb about now i have one surviving clump that we have been eating
from the stems are now very narrow the flavour is still the same. the
comfry we managed to save from last years lack of water and the winter
frosts is looking pretty good about now.

take care

len n bev


--
happy gardening
'it works for me it could work for you,'

"in the end ya' gotta do what ya' gotta do" but consider others and the environment
http://hub.dataline.net.au/~gardnlen/


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Old 25-10-2002, 03:05 AM
len brauer
 
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On Fri, 25 Oct 2002 07:59:46 +1000, "Fran Higham"
wrote:

"len brauer" wrote in message

snipped

a chance to ooh and aaah about the progress you've made from day one.

it could come under the title of 'saga'.

snipped
What sort do you have again?

emden's

snipped

rain and then follow up rain in the next month).

this drought has gone from green drought to full on, we are goinjg to
have to connect the rainwater tanks into the system pretty soon as
even some of the more established trees planted this time last year
are showing the effects, so if we are not lucky/careful we could lose
what we saved from the frost to the drought.

snipped
with one of my credit cards so it as it wasn't a light frost.

we have been getting mulch hay for 2 bucks that is now up to 2.50, so
the staw is off the manu while it is 8.50.

snipped
Bummer!

yeh couldn't agree more but we will get through it somehow.

snipped
doing isn't there?

no not up yet it is one of those many things that have been put on the
back burner, pending all the difficulties we are having with the
building project etc.,. and now it will be moved back even further as
we will need to develop a better water supply to source from, the bore
would fill it at present.

ok a question:

snipped
the edge of a flowere bed as they do in with the herbs).

this one is not the chives we have white and blue flowering g/chives i
the gardens this has the regular garlic plant appearance, never had
garlic spring up out of the blue before so it will be interesting to
see what happens when harvest time comes. at present it is thriving.

snipped
they).

mmmm dunno just thought i heard of wild garlic mentioned somewhere but
could be wrong.

great to chat with you again fran, oh would it be ok to divide the
rhubarb about now i have one surviving clump that we have been eating
from the stems are now very narrow the flavour is still the same. the
comfry we managed to save from last years lack of water and the winter
frosts is looking pretty good about now.

take care

len n bev


--
happy gardening
'it works for me it could work for you,'

"in the end ya' gotta do what ya' gotta do" but consider others and the environment
http://hub.dataline.net.au/~gardnlen/
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Old 25-10-2002, 10:26 AM
Wesley Trotman
 
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Hi len.
Seeing the big dust storms on TV news, have you been able to keep the dust
out of your eyes?. if you are lucky you may have gained some other poor sods
top soil.
I have seen above ground swimming pools going quite cheaply may be a a good
isdea until you can afford tanks.
Garlic grows wild around here, its not invasive but it can compete ok with
other grases etc. I gues it could spread by seed but then some small corms
could have been taken up with the mulch.

Whats this larky about earning some money? Do you mean you are going to
compete for customers at the fleshpots of Surfers? Tell me if you find a
good income source. Do you think anyone would find a 65 yo with a crook back
and grey beard attractive?
Seriously, is there a LETS system operating near you? There used to be one
in Gympie but they come and go. There is a possiblity of batering for what
you need. In places like Russia and Argentina about 50% of business is done
by barter.

All the best

Wes

len brauer wrote in message
...
ok any day now i reckon i'm gonna feel the urge to put some update
pics online, this building a house from scratch experience has been
nothing short of a nighmare, and does not come highly recommended by
us. we are a cats whisker away from the tiolet eventually being
finished and getting the whole project through final inspection.

we are going to try and sell the geese before we turn them into food,
there is no hope of proviidng grazing here for them without at least
regular rainfall, which currently we are conservatively around 18"s
behind the proverbial 8 ball. the dam level dam drops by the day, the
bore is now not able to provide water to capacity, so may need to
prostitute my body to get funds for the extra bit-n-pieces needed so
we can swap between the bore and the tanks. the ultimate being getting
an excavator in and dredging out the water hole then buy a
petrol/diesel powered fire pump to pump water from there to a yet to
be installed gravity feed tank.

all takes money and we are desperatley trying to win lotto right now,
but it will happen eventually, pity there isn't some trusted advice
department sopmewhere to come and see what you need and make suitable
suggestions, but that's another story. like it would be good if
someone said to us to buy a 40 foot container instead of the far too
small 20 footer, maybe there is a money earning thingy there for us in
the future. as i type this i can hear thunder in the distant west
fingers crossed.

well we rescued what ever chinese water chestnuts of teds that we
could (sorry ted if i wasn't such a conservationist i'd eat the
ducks).

ok a question:

we have garlic growing out of some of the mulch that we have put
around one of our peanut trees, now we don't throw garlic out what is
lucky enough to sprout (we are high garlic consumers) gets planted.

so now the question there are about 5 garlic plants growing in a small
circle (about 6" diameter), when i first saw them they looked like
garlic but i thought they may be a native plant, but today i crushed
up a bit of leaf and it smells like garlic - so how did it get there?

do you reckon it could be wild garlic if there is such a beast?

now the original mulch hay was spread this time last year there has
been some new compost mulch added of recent times. could the recent
mulch have been collected from an old garlic farm and contain seed
that have now sprouted? appreciate nay thoughts or ideas the total
answer may become evident whenh it is time to harvest later on.

water prob's and all all our summer crops are looking good we look
like having a bumper melon and pumpkin crop, so can feel some farm
gate sales on the way (slow down len your counting the chickens before
they hatch now), so because culture has changed the honesty system no
longer works so we would need to allocate time to personnaly sell say
2 afternoons a week for a couple of hours or so, well bev could do
some knitting hey?

anyhow this is getting a bit long, i visit at least twice daily read
most posts. and will keep you all up to date on behalf of ted n sheena
with pleasure.

tkae care one and all

len n bev
--
happy gardening
'it works for me it could work for you,'

"in the end ya' gotta do what ya' gotta do" but consider others and the

environment
http://hub.dataline.net.au/~gardnlen/



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Old 25-10-2002, 10:26 AM
Wesley Trotman
 
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Default cap'n blood here - was: worms revisited

Hi len.
Seeing the big dust storms on TV news, have you been able to keep the dust
out of your eyes?. if you are lucky you may have gained some other poor sods
top soil.
I have seen above ground swimming pools going quite cheaply may be a a good
isdea until you can afford tanks.
Garlic grows wild around here, its not invasive but it can compete ok with
other grases etc. I gues it could spread by seed but then some small corms
could have been taken up with the mulch.

Whats this larky about earning some money? Do you mean you are going to
compete for customers at the fleshpots of Surfers? Tell me if you find a
good income source. Do you think anyone would find a 65 yo with a crook back
and grey beard attractive?
Seriously, is there a LETS system operating near you? There used to be one
in Gympie but they come and go. There is a possiblity of batering for what
you need. In places like Russia and Argentina about 50% of business is done
by barter.

All the best

Wes

len brauer wrote in message
...
ok any day now i reckon i'm gonna feel the urge to put some update
pics online, this building a house from scratch experience has been
nothing short of a nighmare, and does not come highly recommended by
us. we are a cats whisker away from the tiolet eventually being
finished and getting the whole project through final inspection.

we are going to try and sell the geese before we turn them into food,
there is no hope of proviidng grazing here for them without at least
regular rainfall, which currently we are conservatively around 18"s
behind the proverbial 8 ball. the dam level dam drops by the day, the
bore is now not able to provide water to capacity, so may need to
prostitute my body to get funds for the extra bit-n-pieces needed so
we can swap between the bore and the tanks. the ultimate being getting
an excavator in and dredging out the water hole then buy a
petrol/diesel powered fire pump to pump water from there to a yet to
be installed gravity feed tank.

all takes money and we are desperatley trying to win lotto right now,
but it will happen eventually, pity there isn't some trusted advice
department sopmewhere to come and see what you need and make suitable
suggestions, but that's another story. like it would be good if
someone said to us to buy a 40 foot container instead of the far too
small 20 footer, maybe there is a money earning thingy there for us in
the future. as i type this i can hear thunder in the distant west
fingers crossed.

well we rescued what ever chinese water chestnuts of teds that we
could (sorry ted if i wasn't such a conservationist i'd eat the
ducks).

ok a question:

we have garlic growing out of some of the mulch that we have put
around one of our peanut trees, now we don't throw garlic out what is
lucky enough to sprout (we are high garlic consumers) gets planted.

so now the question there are about 5 garlic plants growing in a small
circle (about 6" diameter), when i first saw them they looked like
garlic but i thought they may be a native plant, but today i crushed
up a bit of leaf and it smells like garlic - so how did it get there?

do you reckon it could be wild garlic if there is such a beast?

now the original mulch hay was spread this time last year there has
been some new compost mulch added of recent times. could the recent
mulch have been collected from an old garlic farm and contain seed
that have now sprouted? appreciate nay thoughts or ideas the total
answer may become evident whenh it is time to harvest later on.

water prob's and all all our summer crops are looking good we look
like having a bumper melon and pumpkin crop, so can feel some farm
gate sales on the way (slow down len your counting the chickens before
they hatch now), so because culture has changed the honesty system no
longer works so we would need to allocate time to personnaly sell say
2 afternoons a week for a couple of hours or so, well bev could do
some knitting hey?

anyhow this is getting a bit long, i visit at least twice daily read
most posts. and will keep you all up to date on behalf of ted n sheena
with pleasure.

tkae care one and all

len n bev
--
happy gardening
'it works for me it could work for you,'

"in the end ya' gotta do what ya' gotta do" but consider others and the

environment
http://hub.dataline.net.au/~gardnlen/



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Old 25-10-2002, 07:14 PM
len brauer
 
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On Fri, 25 Oct 2002 18:56:12 +0930, "Wesley Trotman"
wrote:

Hi len.
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isdea until you can afford tanks.


we haven't seen any dust here at all i did catch a slight sniff of it
in the air, but that was it.we have 3 5 thousand gallon tanks 2 are
full 1 is 1/2 full so we are lucky that way.

snipped
could have been taken up with the mulch.

ok so if this is wild garlic is it edible?

Whats this larky about earning some money? Do you mean you are going to
compete for customers at the fleshpots of Surfers? Tell me if you find a
good income source. Do you think anyone would find a 65 yo with a crook back
and grey beard attractive?


lol thought i might create me own fleshpot here north of gympie, and
this grey haired 56 year old with crook back and lookin' like a feral
well they might run a mile hey? lol

snipped
by barter.

not sure if there is a 'lets' but it would be good to generate extra
cash for petrol and othe items.

All the best

great chatting again

len n bev

Wes

snippedv
--
happy gardening
'it works for me it could work for you,'

"in the end ya' gotta do what ya' gotta do" but consider others and the

environment
http://hub.dataline.net.au/~gardnlen/



--
happy gardening
'it works for me it could work for you,'

"in the end ya' gotta do what ya' gotta do" but consider others and the environment
http://hub.dataline.net.au/~gardnlen/
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Old 25-10-2002, 07:14 PM
len brauer
 
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On Fri, 25 Oct 2002 18:56:12 +0930, "Wesley Trotman"
wrote:

Hi len.
snipped
isdea until you can afford tanks.


we haven't seen any dust here at all i did catch a slight sniff of it
in the air, but that was it.we have 3 5 thousand gallon tanks 2 are
full 1 is 1/2 full so we are lucky that way.

snipped
could have been taken up with the mulch.

ok so if this is wild garlic is it edible?

Whats this larky about earning some money? Do you mean you are going to
compete for customers at the fleshpots of Surfers? Tell me if you find a
good income source. Do you think anyone would find a 65 yo with a crook back
and grey beard attractive?


lol thought i might create me own fleshpot here north of gympie, and
this grey haired 56 year old with crook back and lookin' like a feral
well they might run a mile hey? lol

snipped
by barter.

not sure if there is a 'lets' but it would be good to generate extra
cash for petrol and othe items.

All the best

great chatting again

len n bev

Wes

snippedv
--
happy gardening
'it works for me it could work for you,'

"in the end ya' gotta do what ya' gotta do" but consider others and the

environment
http://hub.dataline.net.au/~gardnlen/



--
happy gardening
'it works for me it could work for you,'

"in the end ya' gotta do what ya' gotta do" but consider others and the environment
http://hub.dataline.net.au/~gardnlen/


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Old 25-10-2002, 10:09 PM
Wesley Trotman
 
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snipped

ok so if this is wild garlic is it edible?


These plants can be eaten as I believe.


lol thought i might create me own fleshpot here north of gympie, and
this grey haired 56 year old with crook back and lookin' like a feral
well they might run a mile hey? lol


The mind boggles, You are offering an alternative to Surfers - raw living or
what?

Do you know how LETS works?


Wes



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Old 25-10-2002, 10:09 PM
Wesley Trotman
 
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snipped

ok so if this is wild garlic is it edible?


These plants can be eaten as I believe.


lol thought i might create me own fleshpot here north of gympie, and
this grey haired 56 year old with crook back and lookin' like a feral
well they might run a mile hey? lol


The mind boggles, You are offering an alternative to Surfers - raw living or
what?

Do you know how LETS works?


Wes



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Old 26-10-2002, 12:36 AM
len brauer
 
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On Sat, 26 Oct 2002 06:39:01 +0930, "Wesley Trotman"
wrote:



snipped?


Do you know how LETS works?

only to the degree that it is a batering system that works on points
values used for credit or obtaining a good or service later on, that's
about what i know of it

len

Wes



--
happy gardening
'it works for me it could work for you,'

"in the end ya' gotta do what ya' gotta do" but consider others and the environment
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Old 26-10-2002, 12:36 AM
len brauer
 
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On Sat, 26 Oct 2002 06:39:01 +0930, "Wesley Trotman"
wrote:



snipped?


Do you know how LETS works?

only to the degree that it is a batering system that works on points
values used for credit or obtaining a good or service later on, that's
about what i know of it

len

Wes



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Old 05-05-2003, 01:08 PM
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The message
from "Rocks" contains these words:

BTW in a long past lurk there was a conversation between you and Janet (Hi
Janet. I am moving house! you are moving a farm, The mind boggles!)


No I aint...thank goodness. Lawrence calls his few acres a farm, I
call mine a big garden :-)

I've narrowed it down to only 300 plants in pots that are coming with
us,(and the dog and cats). The hens are staying here.

Glad I'm not packing a vinegar mother; that sounds as if it would join
the long list of "potential hazards" that our removal company won't take
on the island ferry :-(.

Janet.







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