"Wow! Great photos. It is even more complex then I originally thought. I wouldn't know how to make the braces for the nest boxes or definitely not the door. You must have a lot of experience. Thank you for sharing."
"Hi ~ J Green,
I don't navigate this site very successfully, so forgive me if you have posted some plans and I just can't find them. I would love to copy this. I am not a carpenter at all, but would like to build a simple coop that is…"
"Thank you for your wonderful blog post. I am so sorry for the pain such a thing bestows upon us. Your words also help me heal from the loss of my son. The way your write, the thoughts you provoke are such a tribute to your loved one. You are a…"
"Thank you for answering my question regarding fruit leather, and giving me some new ideas. Also, I was looking forward to your answer regarding the grass fed animal taste. My family raised our own beef while I was growing up and it was very good…"
"Thank you Tim and Liz (mostly Liz), for answering my question about fruit leather ~ it gave me some great ideas. I appreciate you both so much. I have another question: Do you know about quark? It is most popular in Europe. It is a soft creamy…"
"I love all of the previous suggestions. Some of them you covered in previous podcasts, but reviews and revisits are needed sometimes. I hope you can give us your feedback on home canning with focus on dealing with clostridium botulinum, the toxins…"
"I'm glad you like the photos, the garden is quite a bit behind this year, but it has been pretty cool up here - we still don't have nights consistently in the 50s and the squash are not happy about it. It is a lot drier here too.
"I think they taste like a grocery kiwi ( maybe even better) they do have green fruit,and they are self fertile. Although, it sets more fruit with a male pollinator. This particular plant is called Issau hardy kiwi ."
I'm glad you like the photos, the garden is quite a bit behind this year, but it has been pretty cool up here - we still don't have nights consistently in the 50s and the squash are not happy about it. It is a lot drier here too.
I also like seeing the pictures of everyone's gardens - I can't believe how far along some locations are - they look like my garden in August.
My dog ate poisons set out by someone down the road - very scarey, but recovering well. Now he just has to adjust to a more contained lifestyle...
Hope to see some of your photos on here soon!
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