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heycharlie
San Jacinto County, TX
(Zone 8a)

February 16, 2005
3:34 AM

Post #1290880

http://gardenbycharlie.blogspot.com/
Information about Texas Gardening expanded to info about all gardeners everywhere.
Lots of information!
maggiemoo
Conroe, TX
(Zone 9a)

February 17, 2005
1:25 AM

Post #1292635

Thanks Charlie! I've saved you to my favorites.
eyesoftexas
Toadsuck, TX
(Zone 7a)

February 17, 2005
6:42 PM

Post #1294092

Thanks, Charlie...can't wait for March!!

"eyes"
imway2dumb
Gordonville, TX
(Zone 7b)

February 19, 2005
3:01 AM

Post #1296642

Very nice, eyes.
heycharlie
San Jacinto County, TX
(Zone 8a)

February 19, 2005
6:37 AM

Post #1296873

Hey imway2dumb
Its plum purty too lol

If I had shaved since 1998 we might favor. Tha little women told me tha other day when I turned 70 I still couldn't shave.
Oh well!
Actually, I don't remember how I looked. Can't trust old pictures.
imway2dumb
Gordonville, TX
(Zone 7b)

February 19, 2005
2:40 PM

Post #1297212

Mine told me to shave or else! We compromised. Now I shave once a month. Oh well! You have a cool site.

John
heycharlie
San Jacinto County, TX
(Zone 8a)

February 19, 2005
6:24 PM

Post #1297564

Thanks ya much John,
If you check it out now you'll notice some updates and ideas I had.
The idea was to, if ya go there it'll explain itsef.
On the raised bed blogroll, its very extentsive even mentioning people with bad backs or gardening sitting down. (got my attention) lol. I've worked around a broken back since 1978 and really appreciate what I've learned from others. Got my-sef on oxygen last april, haha,
found out ya can strap that bottle on tha tractor.

Have your-sef a good one
imway2dumb
Gordonville, TX
(Zone 7b)

February 19, 2005
6:28 PM

Post #1297572

You too, Charlie.
jdee
Paris, TX
(Zone 8a)

February 20, 2005
9:42 AM

Post #1298424

I know this is a dumb question...
What is a blog?
trunnels
Plano, TX
(Zone 8a)

February 20, 2005
2:08 PM

Post #1298613

Not a dumb question. I don't know what it is either.
heycharlie
San Jacinto County, TX
(Zone 8a)

February 20, 2005
8:18 PM

Post #1299138

Hey jdee & tha trunnels too!
Allow me to give ya my version since I's tha one that doing: http://gardenbycharlie.blogspot.com/
On that blog, which stands for [ weblog ] there is a link that says (visit) Listed are: | braindrano | heycharlieblog | & Dave's Garden |

I mention my other two to show varience so ta speak.
A blog is;
tha cheapest, fastest, simplest, for a dummy like me to have something similar to a website.

You don't have to use html, know almost nothing about how to do this stuff!
Read this: http://www.technorati.com/about/
Explains it well 'what is a blog'

There are millions of bloggers out thar my texican friends.
At the top of any of my blogs you'll see, [ BlogThis! ]
[ Get your own blog ] & [ Next blog ]

Should you consider a weblog of ya own, this is what a son of mine out Az way did while talking to me over the phone.
I try to tell him what they were, gave him a url to mine. The conversation was short. at the end he said. go here, gave me the addy, url to his blog.


maggiemoo
Conroe, TX
(Zone 9a)

February 22, 2005
1:17 AM

Post #1301461

A blog is a little like a journal, but you know (and want) others to read it, so you shouldn't be giving out deepest darkest secrets (not that any of us have any!). Many blog hosting sites also support posting pictures, and most of them seem to be real easy to use. There are free blog sites, and some that charge. Here is a free site (tho you can "upgrade" to a pd acct, I believe.) http://www.blogger.com/start

"blog" comes from "weblog."
heycharlie
San Jacinto County, TX
(Zone 8a)

March 4, 2005
5:01 AM

Post #1319417

http://gardenbycharlie.blogspot.com/ Has been updated with "Current Solar Data" that you can
set to update every 5 minutes.

There is also "Space Weather Now" if you're interested in solar flairs and such!
I also fixed the 'Gardening HInts' link...
Thanks Ya'll

[Now if my part of tha country will dry out a little more I can get ta some serious planting]
Sunshine365
Austin, TX
(Zone 8a)

March 4, 2005
5:36 PM

Post #1320111

Thanks Charlie, you are marked! (bookmarked)
heycharlie
San Jacinto County, TX
(Zone 8a)

March 6, 2005
6:10 PM

Post #1323269

Oh my, been marked again lol...
If ya bookmarked it keep in mind to reload or refresh as it changes often.
Today I added a couple of things.
Open and read part of the book 'Joy of Gardening' found in blogrolling.

I've had my copy for years. Dick Raymond got my attention when I discovered he had a broke back. I still use many of his methods!
Several pages can be read from the site.

Here I done gone and put a guest book on http://gardenbycharlie.blogspot.com/ I have the tag board where you type a short comment or so. I got ta thinking it might be nice to hav-a-gb where ya could say what ya think, long as you want.
Didn't know if I could on a blog or not! Sign it and find out. I did a test post!
Sunshine365
Austin, TX
(Zone 8a)

March 7, 2005
3:29 PM

Post #1324787

You'll never be the same---a marked man now. LOL

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