Saturday, April 24, 2010

Round II

OK, I was beaten quickly in Round I by Weelarry. But, there will be a round II this morning. Oh yes, there will be a round II.

14 comments:

  1. Is she Lottie Noss?

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  2. Karen,
    That entry is not correct.
    PJM

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  3. I need to go water the greenhouse and plant more seeds so I'll make my final guess. Is she Alice Moore?

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  4. Karen,

    Not correct, but please tell us more about your greenhouse. What are you groing? It is soil based or hydroponic?

    PJM

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  5. Drat! You've had this lady on before. (Or was it on Shorpy?) I was so struck by her pose that I even commented. But I can't remember her name and must go to work.

    Have fun everyone.

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  6. You are going to hate me. It's Elsie Leslie.

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  7. Weelarry,

    You have foiled my plans for a victory breakfast.

    Yes, you are correct AGAIN.

    Good job!
    PJM

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  8. Weelarry is right; just got in a bit too late; my Mom loved this actress

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  9. Sorry PJM! I guess I benefit from the fact it's already afternoon here in Aberdeen, and not many people must be up over on your side of the pond to beat me to a guess. I bet you benefit from the sunshine though! :\

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  10. PJM,

    We are a fruit, vegetable and herb farm. We raise our plants in the greenhouse - soil based. Seedlings are started on heated mats - each seedling tray holds between 400-600 plants. Then the plants are transplanted (my job) into packs for sale and/or planted into the fields - after threat of frost is over - mid May here in western Pa. We also propagate specialty herbs by taking root cuttings etc. Working in the greenhouse is one of my favorite jobs here on the farm.

    Karen

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  11. Congratulations to weelarry! Well done on both wins! Have a great day all!

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  12. PJM
    When she said she had to go water the green house, you kind of have to think it is soil based. You don't have to water a hydoponics
    garden.
    But I like the interest you showed about a green house.
    Do we get a chickie town up date tomorrow.
    I'm still waiting for you to report that you eggs are getting under $1.00 each
    R

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  13. R.
    Eggs are down to $17 per egg. Of course, I give most of the eggs away, so the math is a little more complicated, since I don't eat 10 eggs a day.

    I am thinking about expanding egg production, since the peacocks are not using the peacock palace, I could get 25 more chickens.

    I have no interest in selling eggs, but eggs would be good bartering material should the need arise.

    PJM

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