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Old 04-01-2005, 01:44 PM   #1581
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Crewsk: Golden Showers sounds beautiful. Sushi, couldn't we buy that little piece of land that's adjacent to ours -- it's just an abandoned gas station now -- and expand just a bit? Then we'd have space to keep Dove's woodshed and expand the garden area. Just think: we could grow all of the vegetables for the cafe! And roses for jkath's amazing liquers! If we buy a couple of bunnies and put their wire-floored hutches over the compost bins (we did this when we lived in CA), we'll have the hottest compost in town! All the kitchen scraps can go out there to decompose...Organic veggies...Yum!!
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Old 04-01-2005, 02:00 PM   #1582
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Jkath..... we have about 71 million dollars left from selling the Discuss Cooking Airbus! We have no money problems at all!!!
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Would you like to put the avacado tree in the middle of the pine tree maze? I think its to large for our garden area.
I think you're right on that one - does that mean I have to drag my ladder thru the maze though?

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And what gym equipment do you use the most?
Let's see: Stairmaster, Precor Eliptical, Rowing Machine, Treadmill for running...gotta havemy ab benches, and free weights...that's good for starters....
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Old 04-01-2005, 02:06 PM   #1583
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Thier:another rose recommendation: I have tons of pink "dream weavers" that are great climbers (15' at least) - I'll bring some bare roots over there. & to go with your Nancy Reagan, I'd recommend my favorite, "Just Joey" - I've got one in my front planter that I can donate :)
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Old 04-01-2005, 02:10 PM   #1584
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Ooo! Just Joey is at the top of my "to buy" list! Did you know that it was named after a woman -- I think her name might have been Josephine -- not a man?

Thanks for the donations...I'm not familiar with Dream Weaver, but it sounds yummy. I don't have a lot of pinks. I seem always to fall in love with the cream and peach tones.

Gotta go shower and get to work. Putting Harney's Teas up today. Later!
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Anybody here successfully raised rabbits in a colder/damper climate like Western Washington?
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Old 04-01-2005, 02:25 PM   #1586
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UGH! jkath, pour me one of those hard coffees would you? Sorry I am so late today. Its been a of a day so far. I can man the tea side of things for a while. I brought some buttermilk biscuits and some carrot cake and some gooey cinnamon buns. The biscuits are to go with the fried chicken I brought in.

What happened to the petting zoo? I haven't seen any animals around here for a while. And what is that smell? Didn't we install a fan for the brewing area?
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The SPCA arrives in the nick of time and relieves Bang of his cleaver. The Petting Zoo is placed in protective custody with a special guardian.
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Old 04-01-2005, 03:18 PM   #1589
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Hey thier, just made some Champagne Oolong. Want a cup? How about a Turtle brownie? Still warm and oozing caramel.
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The SPCA arrives in the nick of time and relieves Bang of his cleaver. The Petting Zoo is placed in protective custody with a special guardian.
Bender puts out the grill... grabs a fishing pole and a 6-pack - I umm.... need to go check the aquarium....

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