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    Getting the garden ready for the season. Still have a bit to do but hoping to have it all done this weekend.

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    First I had to move two of the raised beds to get better sunlight this year.

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    Once they were moved it looked liked the scene from “The Burbs” the movie when the neighbors were digging in backyard at night in the rain.

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    Got the first round of peppers in the ground, Serrano’s, jalapeńos, habaneros, Cheyenne peppers!

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    Had a not so helpful helper🤣🤣🤣

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    Had to rebuild the cup around the apple tree.

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    Got some more stuff to put in, more peppers and some veggies

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    Had to put up the makeshift fence to keep the dogs from getting into anything.

    Still have so much to do and it will eat up my weekends for the next couple of weekends.

    Sorry to anyone who lives north, I hope spring gets you y’all soon.

    I keep y’all posted as everything grows in.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Angry Aussie View Post
    Getting the garden ready for the season.....
    Nice. Looks good. We're doing our first garden this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Nice. Looks good. We're doing our first garden this year.
    Thanks man, not sure how long we will have this one this year, still moving to Boulder sometime this year.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Angry Aussie View Post
    Thanks man, not sure how long we will have this one this year, still moving to Boulder sometime this year.


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    I need to do this still. I’ve been saying all winter I was going to get ready for it and haven’t done anything.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Angry Aussie View Post
    Thanks man, not sure how long we will have this one this year, still moving to Boulder sometime this year.


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    Oh yeah. That's right. Plenty of gardening resources there though. Green, organic, all natural capital of the world. Gluten free soil and shit. Almost everyone we know in Boulder has a garden.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    I need to do this still. I’ve been saying all winter I was going to get ready for it and haven’t done anything.


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    We can’t wait too long here, it’s gonna be hot as hell sooner than later here in Texas. I told myself last year we would start earlier this year and only accomplished that by a week!


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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Oh yeah. That's right. Plenty of gardening resources there though. Green, organic, all natural capital of the world. Gluten free soil and shit. Almost everyone we know in Boulder has a garden.
    Gluten free soil!!!!! Funniest thing I’ve heard in awhile!

    Well done sir!


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    Got our garden box done. 1/2" mesh to keep rodents and birds out. Lid on piano hinge so we can still access inside.

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    Applying my yearly coat of Boiled Lindeed Oil to my 65 C10... Works really well if you like that patina look. Brings everything back to life.

    I used this one time on my last work truck, on the bumpers, and black plastic parts.... it worked pretty good so I think I’ll give it a shot on the Jeep fenders one of these days..

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    Applying my yearly coat of Boiled Lindeed Oil to my 65 C10... Works really well if you like that patina look. Brings everything back to life.

    I used this one time on my last work truck, on the bumpers, and black plastic parts.... it worked pretty good so I think I’ll give it a shot on the Jeep fenders one of these days..

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    Looks good. I’ll have to give that a go on my 65!


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