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Discussion in 'What Tools, Supplies, Equipment Do I Need?' started by Errol, Feb 25, 2013.
getting closer! I am getting anxious !!
That construction looks great. Somebody could probably live in that thing.
please keep us updated on yer progress,,
I'm put some posts in fer ta frame ta cover my U shaped garden
(in hopes the OK heat/sun doesnt cook everything on the vine)
thanks Phonetool and Hooker. I will post more pictures as I make progress. Looks as if the weather here will prevent me from doing a whole lot rest of this week. Looks as if march will be coming in like a lion but that means it will be going out like a lamb as the old saying goes!
Hooker, I would like to see pictures of your garden. Don't believe I ever seen a U shape garden.
"old gardeners never die, they just fade into the soil"
I'll post some pics on 3-1,,
my backyard looks like a OK Tornado went through a wood'n pallet co.
& put'm ALL in my backyard...
but with my Werm Ranch project go'n on & plant'n season come'n on kwik,, I'm kinda behind on clean'n it up,,
now PanFish'n Season is here & we clean fish almost EVERYDAY..
Crappie season is here in middle tn., I love crappie for eating. the big ole black Bream starts here last of april and into may. got to save room in my freezer for fresh caught crappie and bream
We live in the UNION skool district,,
its the skool district that hadda legal battle with the University of Maimi fer using their Split U design..
save room in a freezer???
I gotta deep freeze dedicated ta FISH fillets/Ice blocks ONLY...
told ya'll it looks like a Tornado hitta Pallet co... Hagagaaaaaaaaaaaa as Popeye wood say...
there will be anuther stack of pallets in the garden exactly like ta stack ya see in pics, fer our Jelly bean maters...
gets'm off the ground soo we dont hafta break our backs while picking 30-40 atta time....
he he ...looks like a lumber yard...lots of hard work too...happy gardening hooker.
looking good there hooker, I do believe you are serious!
Good luck with the U shape garden, post picks when you get the crops going