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oldtanker

03-16-2013 13:30:38




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For all you sothern guys who are working fields and planting garden......


Taken about 3:30 PM today in my front yard.

Rick




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Ultradog MN

03-16-2013 19:16:02




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 Re: Spring picture in reply to oldtanker, 03-16-2013 13:30:38  
You must have some really acid soil up there Rick.
That is a LOT of lime on that field.



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oldtanker

03-16-2013 18:46:45




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 Re: Spring picture in reply to oldtanker, 03-16-2013 13:30:38  
Snow peas..... :lol:
Rick



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samn40

03-16-2013 16:52:09




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 Re: Spring picture in reply to oldtanker, 03-16-2013 13:30:38  
Just what do you intend to plant in the white stuff? Sam



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Jeff B.

03-16-2013 22:15:36




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 Re: Spring picture in reply to samn40, 03-16-2013 16:52:09  
Maybe slow skiers and broke down snowmobilers. Problem is, they start growing in the fall and they're thick as weeds for spring plantin'.



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Larry@stinescorner

03-16-2013 15:49:17




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 Re: Spring picture in reply to oldtanker, 03-16-2013 13:30:38  

The Kempton PA sale in the morning and the Kempton PA sale in the afternoon!



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John in La

03-16-2013 15:04:01




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 Re: Spring picture in reply to oldtanker, 03-16-2013 13:30:38  
Well at least you can enjoy a few pictures from the south.

My grandpaw always told me you can plant anything you want without fear of cold weather as soon as the pecan tree buds. Well the tips are just turning green. They will be in full bud within 7 to 10 days.

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Randysouthmississippi

03-16-2013 14:42:00




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 Re: Spring picture in reply to oldtanker, 03-16-2013 13:30:38  
Folks i really hate to do this to you but we are having our first cookout of the season tonight. Gonna have a fire, hotdogs, marshmallows, and margareteaters. Wish you all were here.

Randy



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Vito

03-16-2013 15:01:47




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 Re: Spring picture in reply to Randysouthmississippi, 03-16-2013 14:42:00  
No mallowdogs?

Vito



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Randysouthmississippi

03-16-2013 16:27:01




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 Re: Spring picture in reply to Vito, 03-16-2013 15:01:47  
Got the marsh mellers too Vito. Got to have those for the kids at least.



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oldtanker

03-16-2013 14:46:25




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 Re: Spring picture in reply to Randysouthmississippi, 03-16-2013 14:42:00  
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LOL Randy, we BBQ year round here :shock: . But we do eat inside :o . Grilling Brats tonight! In the last week it has been steaks, ribs and hamburgers. We get the douoble whammy here......to cold to eat ouside most of the years and for our few warms months the skeeters will get ya.

Rick



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Randysouthmississippi

03-16-2013 16:24:09




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 Re: Spring picture in reply to oldtanker, 03-16-2013 14:46:25  
We grill year round too but tonight we cook on the fire and stay outside, we are tween the frost and skeeters so it will be a good time tonight.
When the skeeters come out we catch them and grill them too almost as good as turkey and about as big.

We will have live music as well. I play 5 string banjo and gonna have friends over that play other bluegrass instruments.



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IrvIA

03-16-2013 18:54:40




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 Re: Spring picture in reply to Randysouthmississippi, 03-16-2013 16:24:09  
O boy, I wanna come, too. I love bluegrass. Trouble is, it'll be over before I get there. I play Doc Watson, Earl Scruggs, and Allison Krauss videos on U-Tube almost every night. And then there's Tommy Emanuel.....



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Randysouthmississippi

03-16-2013 19:51:22




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 Re: Spring picture in reply to IrvIA, 03-16-2013 18:54:40  
Then you gotta look up Jim Mills on you tube playing How Great Thou Art he is one of the greatest 5 string pickers around.

By the way where are you located.



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Old Harv

03-16-2013 14:00:47




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 Re: Spring picture in reply to oldtanker, 03-16-2013 13:30:38  
Looks like my place too. Temp was -5F this morning, about 8F right now. The only way I can tell where my garden is because the fence around it is still sticking out of the snow. On the test site there is a pic of my son blowing snow on March 3 four years ago. It is a JD 2130 with a black allied loader and a red snow blower on it. It is right beside the garden. That is the only picture I have successfully posted, and I haven't managed one since. The snow was deeper that year, but not much.

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Old Harv

03-16-2013 14:17:55




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 Re: Spring picture in reply to Old Harv, 03-16-2013 14:00:47  

Trying the picture one more time



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SweetFeet

03-16-2013 13:46:33




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 Re: Spring picture in reply to oldtanker, 03-16-2013 13:30:38  
Awesome, old tanker!
Our looks just like yours. LOL.

Larry@stines has lettuce coming up... and I can't even see my garden.

Great photo by the way.



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Larrystinescorner

03-16-2013 15:36:30




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 Re: Spring picture in reply to SweetFeet, 03-16-2013 13:46:33  
No,That was Kale from last year that winterd over,Its was warm here,but..... not too warm right now



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oldtanker

03-16-2013 13:39:24




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 Re: Spring picture in reply to oldtanker, 03-16-2013 13:30:38  
Near Vining MN

Rick



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rabbit

03-16-2013 13:33:46




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 Re: Spring picture in reply to oldtanker, 03-16-2013 13:30:38  
Where?



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Sean Feeney

03-16-2013 13:38:45




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rabbit

03-16-2013 14:23:59




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 Re: Spring picture in reply to Sean Feeney, 03-16-2013 13:38:45  
Well, that explains that! They have 10 months of winter, and two months of "tough sleddin""



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Larry NEIL

03-16-2013 14:51:07




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 Re: Spring picture in reply to rabbit, 03-16-2013 14:23:59  
We are not the snowiest or coldest, but Dad always said we had three seasons: "July, August and winter!"



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wolfman

03-16-2013 17:53:16




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 Re: Spring picture in reply to Larry NEIL, 03-16-2013 14:51:07  
Speaking of seasons, read the other day where one of the questions on the national IQ test had to be changed. It asked to name the four seasons: kept getting answer; baseball, football, basketball and track.



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Armand Tatro

03-16-2013 16:25:56




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 Re: Spring picture in reply to Larry NEIL, 03-16-2013 14:51:07  
Larry: Seeing as how you and I both live in Illionis don't forget that overlapping season known as CONSTRUCTION!!!!! LOL. Armand



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