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    A new old book. "Trooper Ross and Signal Butte" by Captain Charles King, US Army; J. B. Lippincott Co., 1896.



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    Quote Originally Posted by KimTisha View Post
    A new old book. "Trooper Ross and Signal Butte" by Captain Charles King, US Army; J. B. Lippincott Co., 1896.

    Looks cool. I bought face shields, put together a grocery order, and ordered strawberry plants.
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    A bought a Plane Tag made from the skin of the plane that The Monkees used to tour in 1967.




    Originally intended as a transport plane for WWII, the DC-6 rolled off the assembly lines in 1946 after being re-worked for the long-range commercial transport market. It flew as one of American Airlines? famed Flagship planes, as an air tanker fighting fires, and most notably as The Monkees tour plane during the Summer of Love. Cut and engraved directly from the skin of a historic Douglas DC-6 decommissioned airplane, this limited edition, one-of-a-kind Plane Tag has been resurrected from its time in the clouds to live on as a versatile and practical memento. Over 100 years after humankind?s mechanical marvels conquered the skies, you too can hold a token of the immense feat of aviation in the palm of your hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raisedbywolves View Post
    A bought a Plane Tag made from the skin of the plane that The Monkees used to tour in 1967.
    LOVE this!

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    Looks cool. I bought face shields, put together a grocery order, and ordered strawberry plants.
    Container garden or in the ground, Puzz?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KimTisha View Post

    Container garden or in the ground, Puzz?
    Some of both. We have a couple of raised beds, about 5X5 each. Several big pots, and some of the planting bags... Mom keeps sending her caregivers for more seeds or bedding plants. I keep warning the caregiver, who's never gardened before that she's going to be working every day, watering, picking, processing. At last count we have tomatoes, cukes, potatoes, corn, asparagus, lettuce, carrots, raspberries, pumpkins, beans, squash, and strawberries. And I don't know what all else.
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    My husband has always liked gardening.
    He recently really started getting into trying to grow his own produce.
    He has cucumbers, watermelons, green peppers, potatoes, tomatoes, basil, sage, and I'm not sure what else.
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    Alpyn Beauty Bubbling Cleanser - Antioxidant-rich face wash with superstar exfoliants (papaya and pomegranate extract, glycolic and lactic acid), and natural hydrators linoleic acid and ceramides that leave skin soft and silky. Wild actives nourish with essential vitamins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by puzzld View Post
    Some of both. We have a couple of raised beds, about 5X5 each. Several big pots, and some of the planting bags... Mom keeps sending her caregivers for more seeds or bedding plants. I keep warning the caregiver, who's never gardened before that she's going to be working every day, watering, picking, processing. At last count we have tomatoes, cukes, potatoes, corn, asparagus, lettuce, carrots, raspberries, pumpkins, beans, squash, and strawberries. And I don't know what all else.
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    My husband has always liked gardening.
    He recently really started getting into trying to grow his own produce.
    He has cucumbers, watermelons, green peppers, potatoes, tomatoes, basil, sage, and I'm not sure what else.
    Not gonna lie.... I'm jealous. I can't even keep a potted basil plant alive for more than a week or so. Enjoy the harvest!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KimTisha View Post
    Not gonna lie.... I'm jealous. I can't even keep a potted basil plant alive for more than a week or so. Enjoy the harvest!
    Well, we'll see if any of it grows. We're just getting it in the ground here in the frozen tundra.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KimTisha View Post
    A new old book. "Trooper Ross and Signal Butte" by Captain Charles King, US Army; J. B. Lippincott Co., 1896.



    Awesome! I have an old version of "Alice In Wonderland". On the first page there's a note that says "To Emma, with love Marjorie X-Mas 1920" Nineteenfuckingtwenty!!! I love it. 😍

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    Quote Originally Posted by StarrySky87 View Post
    Awesome! I have an old version of "Alice In Wonderland". On the first page there's a note that says "To Emma, with love Marjorie X-Mas 1920" Nineteenfuckingtwenty!!! I love it. ��
    Ah, a fellow booksniffer! I love old books and have collected them for years. Amazingly, I don't have an "Alice in Wonderland," although I'd love to have one. Great illustrations in the 1920s editions. Lucky you!
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    I got a harmonica more specifically a Hohner chromatic 12 though.

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