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Posted by gwstang on September 19, 2012 at 16:39:57 from (71.42.172.242):

Hi everyone, its starting to finally cool off a little here in central Alabama (cool off here is going from 90's down to lower 80's in the day...lol). The garden is gone except for the sweet taters and and 3 bell pepper plants. All else is tilled in real good. The taters have just about stopped blooming (pretty purple looking flowers. I had never seen this before as I have never had the sweet taters.) I read awhile back to pick them two weeks after blooms stop. Is this about right in ya'lls infinite wisdom? My regular Yukon gold taters did not do too well. It got really dry here for around 6 weeks or so (bad drought for farmers in a wide spread area and many crops were ruined). I think I might have over watered them as I hit them every day with the rest of the garden area. Anywho, it's nice to drop by and say hello. I do read the forum frequently, just don't sign in too much. Some of these heavy-hitters around here would just put me to shame on knowledge...lol ( I can tell you all about '66 mustangs or '56 chevy trucks as I do have both and have restored them myself) Maybe a little on the '52 8N lo.





wife of 36 years hitched and truck



wacko chihuahua



me going to a show in B'ham a few years ago. Not too bad at 56 years young ( me and her are the same age and got married when I was in the Navy '75-'79...lol)




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