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March 01, 2013


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I hope you have success with your
music player, cause I miss it! And
since Sow True Seeds have agreed to sponsor your blog again, I plan
to buy some supplies from them.
Their online catalogue is super!
Hopefully I can get Kennebec Seed
potatoes in the ground by late
March. Soon it will be plantin'
time in the Mountains...Ken

I really enjoy reading about your garden successes; I'm not as good with the vegetable side. I will once again try some tomatoes and green peppers. Perhaps, I will look for the seeds you recommend. Your site is such a wealth of information.

Tipper I am so glad you will be posting a calendar each month---perhaps it will keep some of us on tract.

Tipper: I am tempted to attempt such an gardening endeavor but the deer and bunnies are so prevalent I know it would be futile!

Now speaking of 'signs'- this morning while I was in the dark in the hot tub an Owl hooted SIX hoots time six times! He or she was in the Hemlock just ten feet away! What kind of sign is that? When we use to hear the owls hoot close to our house we just knew something bad was going to happen soon. Is it any wonder that I was a scaredy cat? And still so today!

Cheers, Eva Nell

I remember selling seeds to raise money for the school. It has been decades since I've seen it. Forget the candy bars with the $1.00 off at Pizza Pit. If some kids came to my door today selling seeds, you betcha I'd buy some. If they are Sow True Seeds I might buy even more.

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