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Old 05-05-2018, 05:34 PM   #75685
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I checked eBay and Amazon. The Moose has found the best deals.
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Old 05-05-2018, 06:25 PM   #75686
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I checked eBay and Amazon. The Moose has found the best deals.
Speaking of good deals and telephone tag; you're it!!!!!!
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Old 05-05-2018, 07:06 PM   #75687
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Pshaw. PSHAW?
Sheesh, Wayne invented that word in ..... well a long time ago!
Yes, around 1955 when I was about 14. I started to say Sh#* when I realized someone with authority was near by so said Sheesh. It got added to the Merriam Webster dictionary.

If you believe any of that I'll spin another one, except, it is in the dictionary.
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Old 05-05-2018, 10:47 PM   #75689
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Love the name dragon tails..... and you never know how much you can buy it for...

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Thank you both!* Abebooks has always been a good resource, & then there's Amazon, of course. I will probably buy from one of them. Cheers!

My friend came out today and we walked & talked & picked, but she also brought terrible news. The dragontail kid doesn't like asparagus any more!

Ah well, he is about to turn 13. That explains a lot!* 😲

Cheers & thanks again!
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I used to have an asparagus patch when we moved here, not wild... unfortunately, the woman who planted it that lived here prior put it too close to a sycamore tree and it got shaded out over time as the tree grew and spread it's boughs far and wide... and the tree is on the neighbor's property so not too much I could do about it other than dig it up and move it, but by the time that the tree got too big, I was dealing with cancer and had no energy for gardening.
Something similar happened w/my mother's rhubarb patch when someone else started mowing for her. Not just increasing shade, but repeated cutting off to boot, & the rhubarb finally gave up.

Our wild asparagus started from my grand- or great grand- or even possibly great great grandparents' garden. The birds ate the berries & deposited the undigested seeds, prefertilized, along fencerows & under trees all over the farm. Daddy knew where to look, & I learned from him, on our corner of the place (Hillcrest).

Over here at the home place (Walnut Hills), I learned over time & developed my own routine. Some days the walk yields 4 or 5# of spears.

Yup, I sure hate where we live! 😉
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Speaking of rhubarb ...
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We always had rhubarb.
It was always a great summer snack to grab and peel and savor the puckering flavor. And the pies and cakes and sauces etc were welcomed deserts.
And then there was horseradish! ❤️
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Gwen is nearly ready for her bum makeover!
We take her to the Dr. in the morning.
Mohms are welcomed. She’s afraid it may damage her exhaust.
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Gwen is nearly ready for her bum makeover!
We take her to the Dr. in the morning.
Mohms are welcomed. She’s afraid it may damage her exhaust.

Mohmmsss for Gwen & Ohhmmsss for the overly anxious parents..
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Gwen is nearly ready for her bum makeover!
We take her to the Dr. in the morning.
Mohms are welcomed. She’s afraid it may damage her exhaust.
The bigger question, that should get answered once and for all; does the use of DEF make her butt look fat?????
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We always had rhubarb.
It was always a great summer snack to grab and peel and savor the puckering flavor. And the pies and cakes and sauces etc were welcomed deserts.
And then there was horseradish! ❤️
Made my mouth water!

I never thought to eat rhubarb raw, but I'll give it a try. Made my mouth water again!

Horseradish, otoh, makes yer eyes water instead. I've yet to grate or grind my own, so this is only hearsay* from me. Who's prepared their own?

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Mohms are welcomed. She’s afraid it may damage her exhaust.
Mohmmmms for Lucky Gwen. "Lucky" involves this beauty makeover, plastic surgery, if you will. Also lucky to have such caring parents. For your nerves: ommmms!
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I'm predicting Gwen will once again be a beauty queen... we all get dings... lucky for her, cars are sometimes easier to fix up.
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