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Old 11-11-2013, 07:26 PM   #411
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No more covering up my lettuce to protect it from the frost, the forecasted lows are in the lower 20s. I let a radish plant go to seed, but I didn't catch it in time and it dropped its load in the garden. This is the result

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Old 11-12-2013, 04:34 PM   #412
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No problem, Wills. You can eat the worms, too. Aren't they in the bottom of a tequila bottle?
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There goes that song again, No I gave up drinking hard stuff years ago..............Butt, fifteen beers ago is one of my favorite songs. Me thinks all these punkins will be targets. The critters will feast in the forest tonite...........All bull aside, we have what I think is called squash worms. I know they prevail in fall cukes. Little holes and jelly [ poop ] coming out. I ain't into eating worms just yet. Unless I don't sees them an don't alter the taste. Jest like mustard greens with all that lice and snails.......Takes three washing to rid the buggers...................

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picked the last of my cherry tomatoes. mid nov. unreal. still had 50 on the vine.
had 20 green left. never had them that late in the year before.

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Last of this years harvest is out of the garden.

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My friend gave me an antique tiller sold by Montomery ward. The old engine is missing the crank section. Believe it or naught. I have a fairly new 5 horse power Honda engine from a pressure washer that will fit right in with all the side parts that are in the back side of the engine plate.........Even the side shaft is threaded and located in the same position..............

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My friend gave me an antique tiller sold by Montomery ward. The old engine is missing the crank section. Believe it or naught. I have a fairly new 5 horse power Honda engine from a pressure washer that will fit right in with all the side parts that are in the back side of the engine plate.........Even the side shaft is threaded and located in the same position..............
I had one of those... absolutely convinced the repair shop while fixing the carb drained the oil and trashed the engine. Since i had already bought a replacement unit, toyed with replacing the engine... it was close, but eventually scrapped the unit.
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This little honda engine fit perfect. All I have to do is fix the recoil on the crank. I'm going to keep the old engine.

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Its snowing here at the moment so I may have to wait a while!

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