grannys gone and done it

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  1. granny hatchet

    granny hatchet Tastes like chicken Premium Member

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    theres no fence. ohh a small place in the back for the dogs made of white lattice. touches the pole barn. 600 + trees i planted. not one tree here when i moved here.
     
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    Ok, then I think I'm looking at the right place. Can see about 4 other outbuildings besides the barn, and someone's long driveway runs past your place behind the trees out back?
     
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    yes, thats it !! the big coop is right behind the pole barn and the other is across and kitty cornered from it. thats the seramas .
     
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    that tree line in the back is property line then off to the side where that pond is and all the trees of course. LOL the pond is fed by my underground spring but not my pond.
     
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    When you go down to the street view, there is someone walking up the driveway. Tom? Flannel shirt and a white cap. Amazing how little privacy we have!
     
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    LOL yes, thats Tom coming back from the mail box.
     
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    wish they would do that in the spring. Almost all those trees bloom. what do you think ?
     
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    I'd love to have a pond. Or a spring. Anything with water would be cool! The pole barn is close to the house, but still hard for you get out there with your bum foot. I know! Move the kid out to the barn and give his room to the Seramas. [​IMG] (My kids say I am the meanest mom in the world.)
     
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    hahaa, sounds like a plan. I do put the babies in the pole barn when they leave the house. then they go to the seramas then depending on final size they stay there or head to the big coop. wouldnt mind using the pole barn. I have enough cages but when you divide them the water fill-ups are a big pain.
     
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    I looks like a little park. The trees would be pretty in bloom.

    We have not planted very much here since it all has to be watered. We put in a crepe myrtle 4-5 yrs ago, right about the beginning of the drought, and it has been lingering on the edge of death ever since. I have been watering it this summer, and did get a few more leaves, but no blooms. We just need a good winter rain to give it a chance to grow some deep roots.
     
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