> I found a new bush in BOISE!!!

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Tom Leykis
#1 2019-03-12 01:20:21

I found a new bush in BOISE!!!

With the junipers in front now gone and awaiting planting in April, I turned my attention to a bush by the front door.  I started trimming and discovered that it was completely enveloping a three boulder rock garden!  At least, I THINK it's three!  I'm cutting very carefully, because there may be another one in there. 

One compost bin and 10 32 gallon leaf bags filled so far.  More to come tomorrow!

In other news, the 30 Amp double pole GFCI circuit breaker arrived today - to feed the pool / hot tub sub panel.  I'll have to get some #10 white THHN for it tomorrow.  Nobody will ever notice it, most likely - and it would never add a cent if we were to ever sell the place - but it's $100 well spent IMHO, protecting my wife, children and guests.

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#2 2019-03-12 09:14:21

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time is the master
#3 2019-03-12 10:33:14

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not the bush i was expecting - disappointing thread

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#4 2019-03-12 11:39:43

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time is the master wrote:

not the bush i was expecting - disappointing thread

The bush posts appear to be endless - even after the project is "done" - and it's fun watching it piss of the CI'ers

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Tashfiend Garlique
#5 2019-03-12 11:41:07

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I hear bushes are easier to trim in Asia.

Is this true?

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Tom Leykis
#6 2019-03-12 13:06:01

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The bush posts appear to be endless - even after the project is "done" - and it's fun watching it piss of the CI'ers

Yeah, the juniper jungle is now gone - for a week now! - but there is a lot going on on 1/2 acre of land.  If agricultural stories are pissing people off now, just wait until spring, when we start growing stuff!

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time is the master
#7 2019-03-12 13:10:25

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Tom Leykis wrote:

Yeah, the juniper jungle is now gone - for a week now! - but there is a lot going on on 1/2 acre of land.  If agricultural stories are pissing people off now, just wait until spring, when we start growing stuff!

you can grow a lot of food on 1/2 acre if you do it right - does your backyard get lots of sunlight?

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Spanky
#8 2019-03-12 13:25:18

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Tom Leykis wrote:

With the junipers in front now gone and awaiting planting in April, I turned my attention to a bush by the front door.  I started trimming and discovered that it was completely enveloping a three boulder rock garden!  At least, I THINK it's three!  I'm cutting very carefully, because there may be another one in there. 

One compost bin and 10 32 gallon leaf bags filled so far.  More to come tomorrow!

In other news, the 30 Amp double pole GFCI circuit breaker arrived today - to feed the pool / hot tub sub panel.  I'll have to get some #10 white THHN for it tomorrow.  Nobody will ever notice it, most likely - and it would never add a cent if we were to ever sell the place - but it's $100 well spent IMHO, protecting my wife, children and guests.

Why are you bothering? Last time you failed and hired a Mexican. Just cut out all the drama and hire the Mexican again.

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Tom Leykis
#9 2019-03-12 13:28:04

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time is the master wrote:

you can grow a lot of food on 1/2 acre if you do it right - does your backyard get lots of sunlight?

We do, and will get even more when the sun moves north.  Flowers and the like for the front - former home of the juniper jungle.  I plan on tomatoes, cucumbers, strawberries and lettuce in the back.  The wife wants an herb garden.  An apple tree might be nice.  That still leaves a lot of plantable ground.

Of course, some of those cucumbers will be cucumbers.

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Tashfiend Garlique
#10 2019-03-12 13:33:46

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Tom Leykis wrote:

We do, and will get even more when the sun moves north.  Flowers and the like for the front - former home of the juniper jungle.  I plan on tomatoes, cucumbers, strawberries and lettuce in the back.  The wife wants an herb garden.  An apple tree might be nice.  That still leaves a lot of plantable ground.

Of course, some of those cucumbers will be cucumbers.

Damn, son, your gonna make the fat dude's  big bloated head explode.  He's incapable of bending over, so can you imagine how jealous he will be of your gardening?

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Tom Leykis
#11 2019-03-12 14:31:37

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Tashfiend Garlique wrote:

Damn, son, your gonna make the fat dude's  big bloated head explode.  He's incapable of bending over, so can you imagine how jealous he will be of your gardening?

It's a real hazard.  Us just moving here frosts his cake.  When I talk about life here, he spends hours trying to find something negative to post.  Remember our free dishwasher?  He was going to do a report on my reviews.  The juniper jungle going away?  That was bad.  I forget what he had to say about our new gas cooktop, but we're really enjoying it.

When we start bringing in herbs, fruits and vegetables from the garden, he'll have to keep that duct tape wrapped REAL TIGHT!   

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#12 2019-03-15 03:26:25

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Tashfiend Garlique wrote:

I hear bushes are easier to trim in Asia.

Is this true?

This.

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