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Nice plow rig.   And a cool fence.    :text-coolphotos:

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I'm doing Anaheim Chilies in containers this year .

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:text-coolphotos:               Looks like the chickens appreciated the fresh worms too.

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Well, Nice setup there. Last weekend, It was close to 50 F here in Mn. So, getting itchy and all? I went down and brought my plow up with the D-250. I greased it, washed it? And, got it all adjusted. It is sitting in the corner of the shop. And? It appears, that is where it will be staying for awhile. Today? April 3rd? 6 plus inches of snow:occasion-snowman:.  Temp. isn't supposed to get out of the lower 30's for the next week or so :bitch:. Yup. Jack Frost is an A@#$*^e..... But, at least I can say I'm ready

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It's getting to be that time of year all right.  My list of to do things gets longer ever day, but tilling the garden is tops, just as soon as it quits raining here. 

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