ok here's the start of the second part. ill get around to posting a link to the first one soon and get them connected.
retired, living self sufficently in Alabama (Part 2)
http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/t/1073393/ maybe that link is right .. if not .. ill change it
your link and post an the new thread was ok, i dint mind it. i just had laptop problems an counldnt get online .. untill yesterday .. still trying to catch things up here. had almost week worth of purchases in my online store to take care of an get sent out, i like to be fast on the delivery part. the online store is my main income here .. an i only flashed by here now n then for just a second to see if there was any new replies then got off line. being i cant be online very long running a 300 watt power pull constantly.
Thanks for the new thread . It loads quickly and fits on my screen.
Good to hear from you. Hope you get your laptop problem fixed soon.
ty ty, im bum'n a laptop for a hour or two each day now to keep up with stuff .. maybe it wont be long
Thanks to all concerned
Does anyone on this thread have an older laptop that might get him by for a while? I'll pay the postage. Mine got stolen or I would send it.
LOL, my old laptop is so old it's got a b&w screen, not even greyscale! It doesn't get the internet either!
LOL ill get it worked out soon... no worries .. but thanks ne how, then ill be back to full on then ..
I have 2 of the first laptops ever made. The screen flips down off the front. It has 2 drives. One you have to put a systems disk in and the other is for your program disc. It's the old floppies. The bendable ones.
They might be worth some bucks to a collector.
probably not but I bet a bunch of folks have them in the closet right next to their George Forman grill. :)
We use our GF grill everyday! LOL I was thinking some computer "geek" or museum might like them. They are a part of history. These were made by Zenith.
ok. how do you keep the food from sticking to the top of the GF grill when opening it?
This message was edited Oct 1, 2010 12:17 PM
Dyson, a George Foreman is one of many brands of an electric indoor grill, with a lid that folds down on top of the food, to grill both sides of the food at the same time in a short period of time. They were really popular 10-20 years ago. Suppose to be healthier cooking, because they are designed to drain away the fat.
Zeinth used to be most known as a major TV manufacturer.
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Might as well hang around Dyson, you never know what we'll come up with next .. LOL
Dyson, you can still access this forum and several others, without renewing your membership. I didn't renew mine either. So please check in once in awhile and let us know what you are up to.
Oct. 1st our squireel an rabbit season opened here in Alabama .. sooooo fresh squirrel hash, gravy and other Suthern Dishes are appearing at my cabin .. hehee yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmie
Oh wow, freedom, what time is dinner? I wanna be there . . .
I caught one of my roos off the roost tonight and put him in a small cage. I will butcher him tomorrow and cook him for supper if all goes
A friend who sold his horse has given me the hay hed left in his loft. 10 or so bales. Sure will help.
I have traded an extra saddle for $200 worth of hay. I didn't need the saddle and I can sure use the hay. Gives me breathing room.
yeah kinda hard to beat the barter systsem, sometimes its almost like gettin something for nothing.
I wish I could trade a fe horses for hay then I'd be set with the ones I keep. Or maybe trade them for a big metal shed. I could really use that.
you'd miss your horses then Cajun, i know i would, wish i had a horse or two here... sure would make gettin around alot easier. plannin on gettin a few goats tho. to clear some thickets an brush .. an maybe for some milk also. horses, cows goats chickens all are good natural ferterlizer hehee grow maters the size of soft balls
You re right about the maters. At the last house, I built a new mater bed from just rotted manure and sawdust. No dirt. The maure pile had been outside for about a year. I moved it and planted in it. I had maters as big as cabbages it seemed like. And a whole lot of 'em. Then I had to move.
My Grand Parents always grew the biggest maters i ever seen, loaded with acid an i mean BIG ones. one slice would hang off all 4 edges of a sammich. never learned all their secrets but i do remember tote'n 5 gallon buckets full of cow manure from the barn lot to the mater patch where she planted her maters for years an years same spot .. never moved em.
Subscription has ended - can still access/post here & still have d-mail - again - Life is good.
Best to all
Getting ready to enclose the screen porch with plastic for the winter and when it warms up have to install a starter on Sue's truck, that should take care of today!
General question: How come some people's names come up in blue and some in green? Does every one see their own name in green?