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HeritageJersey

23 Posts
HJO
Moscow ID
USA

Posted - Mar 12 2014 :  3:58:09 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Can I post here currently?

HeritageJersey

23 Posts
HJO
Moscow ID
USA

Posted - Mar 12 2014 :  5:04:41 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Can I post now, while recently logged in?
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HeritageJersey

23 Posts
HJO
Moscow ID
USA

Posted - Mar 12 2014 :  6:04:45 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Can I post now, after logging back in?
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webmaster

40 Posts
HJO
Moscow ID
USA

Posted - Jul 23 2014 :  09:55:24 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Testing again...
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webmaster

40 Posts
HJO
Moscow ID
USA

Posted - Jul 23 2014 :  09:56:14 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
And testing again, but from post.asp this time...
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HeritageJersey

23 Posts
HJO
Moscow ID
USA

Posted - Jul 23 2014 :  10:08:00 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
"And testing again"... said the mynah bird.
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webmaster

40 Posts
HJO
Moscow ID
USA

Posted - Jul 23 2014 :  3:47:15 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Curious: Testing again after a recent upload...

Edit: No problem!
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HeritageJersey

23 Posts
HJO
Moscow ID
USA

Posted - Jul 24 2014 :  10:54:04 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Can I still post here?
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HeritageJersey

23 Posts
HJO
Moscow ID
USA

Posted - Jul 24 2014 :  10:55:24 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
And if I try to post from here (different browser, cookie assumedly not pre-existing)... ?
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HeritageJersey

23 Posts
HJO
Moscow ID
USA

Posted - Jul 24 2014 :  12:51:43 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
And ... again. Am I able to post?
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chives

313 Posts
Victoria
Shelton WA
usa

Posted - Jul 24 2014 :  8:15:37 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
checking to see if I can post.
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webmaster

40 Posts
HJO
Moscow ID
USA

Posted - Aug 18 2014 :  5:25:50 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Guess what I'm doing...

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webmaster

40 Posts
HJO
Moscow ID
USA

Posted - Aug 18 2014 :  5:26:31 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I'm doing it again — from a different place.

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webmaster

40 Posts
HJO
Moscow ID
USA

Posted - Aug 18 2014 :  5:35:17 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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webmaster

40 Posts
HJO
Moscow ID
USA

Posted - Aug 19 2014 :  12:05:03 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Charlotte Pipe:

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txbikergirl

3191 Posts


Posted - Apr 03 2015 :  07:14:06 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
testing

Firefly Hollow Farm , our little farmstead. Farmgirl living in the green piney woods of East Texas on 23 acres with a few jerseys, too many chickens, a pair of pugs and my Texan hubby (aka "lover boy")
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maryjane

6806 Posts


Posted - Apr 03 2015 :  07:24:09 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I know it's just a test but it is true, you have radishes that size already? If so, I'm moving to Texas.

MaryJane Butters, author of Milk Cow Kitchen ~ striving for the stoicism of a cow standing in the rain ~
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txbikergirl

3191 Posts


Posted - Apr 03 2015 :  08:16:42 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
MJ - one of the joys of living in the south is that i have radishes that size about 8 months of the year ;> once we hit july they back off due to excessive heat... but i pop seeds in raised beds ongoing so we have a steady supply nov thru june...

also, these are "french breakfast" so they are longer, although these don't have much white on the tips. The carrots are also quite baby in relative size... and thats a chinese radish on the right - spicy!

we don't yet have a green house so we just use cattle panels over the raised beds year round (it looks really cute!) and then in the winter months we have those heat lamps clipped one to each raised bed... and on nights freezing or below we pull a large plastic tarp over all the beds and weigh it down with bricks. then open back up each day for light and rain. a poor farms greenhouse that works quite well for us, and can't beat the price/investment!

Firefly Hollow Farm , our little farmstead. Farmgirl living in the green piney woods of East Texas on 23 acres with a few jerseys, too many chickens, a pair of pugs and my Texan hubby (aka "lover boy")
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maryjane

6806 Posts


Posted - Apr 04 2015 :  5:37:42 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Impressive! There is so much joy to be found in nurturing crops, planning for them, building structures for them, building soil, and then of course eating the end result. You're being nourished body, mind, and soul. A cow is a fantastic soil builder. You're wise to choose one for the team. Go team garden!

MaryJane Butters, author of Milk Cow Kitchen ~ striving for the stoicism of a cow standing in the rain ~
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maryjane

6806 Posts


Posted - Apr 16 2015 :  1:25:55 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
testing ability to post

MaryJane Butters, author of Milk Cow Kitchen ~ striving for the stoicism of a cow standing in the rain ~
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