A Walk Down Memory Lane

Looking back it seems that I made my first Word Press blog post in June 2009. Wow 10 years and 1,145,766 hits later I am now moving into my 11th year on Word Press.

I have made over 1,400 postings. Covering most things vegetable and fruit gardeners seem to need or at least want a bit of helpful hints on.

Search my blog for everything from Asparagus to Zucchini. Apples to Raspberries.

Composting seems to be a favored subject for many bloggers.

You may have an interest in chicken coops, sexing day old chicks or maybe raising rabbits for pets or as a food source.

There is even a good starter recipe for a good beginners Rumtopf (rum pot).

Give my blog a search for area(s) that interest you. Grin, all you have to lose in a few minutes of your time.

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22 responses to “A Walk Down Memory Lane

  1. Our newest farm adventure is tending to fiber (angora) goats. They are mostly finding ways to push over the fence to get into the yard. Fortunately, they have been distracted by the goldenrod growing near the fence and missed the vegetables ten feet further along the path. I must get the electric fence working again (I have a new solar charger set up in the sun and may try it out this afternoon). Any goats roaming your pastures? – Oscar

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    • In the past I have raised and sold both milk and meat goats. However with the influx of Mexicans and Arabs goats that I would buy for $25 to $50 dollars are now selling for $200 to $350 dollars in this area. Who knew?
      Good luck with your electric fence.
      Happy Gardening

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      • We have the same phenomenon in this areas with migration (for work and refugees) of folks from regions where goats are traditional sources of food. Thus, having a few to breed and sell is a plus for the local farmers.


  2. Congratulations! Stay cool and all the best for your holiday weekend

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  3. I love your blog; I always find useful and interesting topics and information. Congratulations!

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  4. Congratulations and here’s to many more years of gardening and blogging!

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  5. Congratulations on such a huge milestone!

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  6. WOW!! That is awesome, congratulations on your successful blog. You have worked real hard!! Aim high!!

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  7. Congratulations on the ten years. That is quite some achievement. Well done from me in Australia.

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  8. Congrats on the decade! Many a handy hint have I pinched!

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  9. There’s quite a community out there and after all those years of blogging we start to feel like we know each other. I’m always happy to see a new posting from you and know that I can find info about almost anything on your archived posts. Keep up the good work. Hope it’s not too hot and dry for your gardening efforts this summer.

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