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Old 03-18-2018, 07:43 PM   #74705
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Hey Tim, are those English walnuts or black walnuts? The tastes are very much different; both good, but different. The English ones are much easier to open.

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Old 03-18-2018, 09:00 PM   #74706
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Hey Tim, are those English walnuts or black walnuts? The tastes are very much different; both good, but different. The English ones are much easier to open.

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Tom I'm not even sure. There a nuisances as far as I'm concerned. I would have already cut and burned them but I know there's a craftsman out here somewhere that might make something great out of the wood. We had a couple loads of pine removed around them but the logger couldn't find anyone that wanted the Walnut so I told him to just leave them.
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Thank you! It was/is indeed a wondrous place. But then, I do like hardware stores, & groceries are not far behind.

Then there's the store in Maine that advertises hardware, guns, & wedding dresses. Oooookaaaay.

Or the one at home that does bicycle repair, gun sales, & child care. Huh???
Oops! Not Stinson.

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RVMoon & the evening star following the sun over the western horizon earlier tonight. Eucalyptus are among the framing trees. I hope y'all took a look, too!

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The phone camera can't do it justice, of course.
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Morning mutants!
Richard, what a light show this morning huh!
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Old 03-19-2018, 06:08 AM   #74710
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RVMoon & the evening star following the sun over the western horizon earlier tonight. Eucalyptus are among the framing trees. I hope y'all took a look, too!

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The phone camera can't do it justice, of course.
I saw that moon on my way back from my sisters Sunday dinner. I got birdies settled in and such, grabbed my camera to go take a shot and couldn't find it anymore!!! Arggggg, missed it! So I appreciate your shot, it was an interesting picture for sure.
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Richard, what a light show this morning huh!

Yes! We hope it didn't cause any damage...

Did it scare the eggs out of your chickens?? Maybe eggs would be hard boiled...
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Yes! We hope it didn't cause any damage...

Did it scare the eggs out of your chickens?? Maybe eggs would be hard boiled...
Not checked on the eggs yet but the lightening sure got my attention about 6.
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Well you are slowly creeping up to that month of the year that likes to shower you with hail ...
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Well you are slowly creeping up to that month of the year that likes to shower you with hail ...
And it's starting early!
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What the hail?
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Not checked on the eggs yet but the lightening sure got my attention about 6.
You should have marked the walnut trees with an "X" so the lightening had a targetl
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You should have marked the walnut trees with an "X" so the lightening had a targetl
Tom ask me if they were Black Walnuts or English Walnuts. I went down to pasture and talked Jive to them, no answer, then I did my best Martin impression and still no reply. Must be mute.
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