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Finally got time to post some pics and hope to add as the year goes. ;)


Hayleyd and Mrs.B planting the maters and peppers and giving them some water


Hayleyd Mrs.B and Breann making sure every row is CROOKED :eek: :shock: :lol:




My garlic patch :D
 

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Jim in NC said:
Bert, didn't HayleyD tell you that you kin plant MORE on a crooked row than on a straight one :?: :idea:
Jim when I readit ,that what I was going to say and you beat me to it so ok I agree more in a crooked row. Bert that is nice looking dirt. But Bert where were you . What row did you do ?? I know you took the pictures. :lol: :lol:

I was running the tractor with the water tank. Sure was hard work :lol: :lol:
 

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Im the only one with the long legs and strength for the armstrong power steering? CMON IM trying here :lol: :mrgreen: :lol:

armstrong power steering is how strong your arms are ;)
Plus Mrs. B popped a wheelie on my little Allis B and got scared of the power the orange tractors make :!: :!:
 

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Good looking crops there folks. Think that tongue needs a hot pepper though :shock: :lol: :lol:

Thanks Breann ;)
Totally agree!!! wonder who his sticking it out at :?: :?: :lol: :lol:
Well to be honest :eek:

Everybody that gives me a hard time for not being in the pics :lol:
I wont name names but yall know who you are :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
 

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I can't imagine nobody mentioned "child labor" laws. :shock: :p (good looking garden Bertman :D )
WHATS THAT :shock: Is that when the kids make you do all the WORK :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?:
 

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petra79 said:
Looks like your finally gettin some rain there buddy!!!!!!!!!!!!! We should catch some of that storm around midnight or shortly after. Hope ya get a good watering.

Sure is going to help the garden!!!!!
Bad side was last night I was on here getting ready to reply to some posts AND.........
Lightning struck a buoiding a block away :eek: Big fire powerlines down and I was in the dark :lol: Now Im playing catchup
 

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Maybe he got the tiller for his birthday :?: ;)
Don't know Jim, I think he's got a big tiller that goes on his Boomer?? Maybe they thought he needed more exercise (just to stay healthy of course) :? :?
This is my neighbors tiller. Im working in the "Victory Garden" We always get left over plants and hope they grow. If we get anything then its a VICTORY :lol:
I really been "exercising" alot lately ;)
 

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I run around with my hayrack once in a while with it full of stuff and give to people. If they offer money I donate it to my girls 4h group. But I hear you on how some people are :x
If they only knew the money and time involved :!: :!: Some people think you just buy a few seeds and its magic :lol:
 
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