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BackwardsEngineer

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What's the deal misty, you doing carpentry work there? or did you go to work there? Better yet, is the owners daughter drop dead gorgeous and he plans on leaving the entire operation to her and future husband?
 

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Before no stems at all. Super stuffed. Let's just say it gets ground up real nice and anybody that has a cup of coffee at the house gets a real buzz.
 

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Arminius, is it true that grandkids listen much better than kids?
 

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That place you're working reminds me a lot of the local nursery here. About a 1/4 mile toward town. Have gotten a lot of plants and various things like local produce and honey there.

The previous owner used to let me walk his fields and collect any rock I wanted to keep. It was an awesome arrangement. Unfortunately, he sold the fields I used to walk to a developer a couple years ago and sold the nursery. He passed away months ago. He probably had no idea how much I appreciated him and his generosity.
 

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Back when cans weren't printed, but had paper labels... goats liked the glue so it looked like they liked to eat tin cans, but they were just going after the gluey paper.

ANCIENT FENCEPOST TRICK: We put empty cans over the top of fenceposts to make them weatherproof to last longer.
 
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