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Old September 19, 2019   #31
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Originally Posted by Nan_PA_6b View Post
GoDawgs, you lucky duck, you have HORSES!
Noooooo, those aren't mine. The horses, that pasture and another 70 acres of pasture and ponds that surround this property on three sides belongs to a nice guy who lives about 3 miles away. So the horses can run all they want. They like to come to the fence and watch me work, hoping I have a piece of carrot in my pocket.

Hill, I'll probably have to use the "wallow out a hole and step in it" method. That entails taking a pole, sticking it down in the vines and then moving it in an enlarging circle until there's bare ground to be seen. Then you step in that clear spot and wallow out your next step hole.
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Old September 19, 2019   #32
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I love the wallow out a hole thing!! I've grown red rippers - such good gravy from them!- and my other favorite, Lady cream peas.
I'm not a complete idiot, some parts are missing.
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