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TODAY I AM GRATEFUL FOR PREPARING!

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This Is What Happens When A Giant Inflatable Duck Escapes Its Shackles

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Cue up the hi-fi and start playing Freebird because this giant, inflatable duck that for some reason was on display outside of a Scottish car dealership broke free from its restraints this weekend and found its way into traffic in the face of heavy winds. 238 more words

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What I Do With All That Garlic!

Here in the Arizona Desert; we plant garlic in October.

Though we can harvest some of the green part of the plant throughout the growing season; we do not harvest the bulbs until May of the following year. 707 more words

Chickens

Oregon's Devastating Loss, Missed Opportunities and the '24 Hour Rule'

Last night, Oregon Head Coach, Mark Helfrich, watched his team lose against Colorado after quarterback, Dakota Prukop, threw an interception (in the end zone) on a potential game-winning drive. 864 more words

Oregon

September in the Coop

We’ve had a lot happening in the chicken/duck coop lately.  The ducks are doing well in there with the chickens. It has been a little more humid when I open the coop in the morning, but some of that could be the fact that we are constantly getting rain – this summer was abnormally wet, and it has continued into September. 523 more words

Chickens

Soup, ducks and a big hole! 

Monday, felt great, well rested from not doing much at the weekend, decided to get a move on and start clearing the garden and tidy up, it was going well, I took up and old raised bed and moved all the earth to a new bed, dismantled the rotten sides and levelled out the ground, then went onto cutting the bottom stalks of the runner beans, I leave the roots in the ground because they have nodules of nitrogen on them which are released back into the soil as they die, then onto the fruit cage to get some clearing done and tighten up the wires where they had become loose over the summer with the foliage growing through. 1,526 more words

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