the apartment should still be empty; so the youngans can stay there
and the old folks can huddle by the soapstone stove and swap lies.....
No tribal warfare necessary here. I lost a fight in the school yard
53 years ago and have got the flight part of fight-flight down. Though
if it stays here too long I may transform it into a hot tub.... we
will thaw out some local steak in your honor...... did you get my
message about needing a current price for peeled butternut?
we will be selling our first ginger at the farmers market tomorrow...
woo woo...are we cool!!! $18.lb!!1 Hub Hub....
On Oct 1, 2009, at 6:34 AM, Pooh Sprague wrote:
> Norman Paul wrote:
>> Your last chance is August Harvest......then there is a kid named
>> andrew Knafel who was selling it in Vermont ( it is big and
>> beautiful ).. I bought some it is an old variety of Jack Manix!!!
>> Now ain't that a coinsidence!!! Andrew is [log in to unmask] the
>> other is firstname.lastname@example.org.......get to it ....Dog
>> thanks again for the spuds...please send an invoice so I know in my
>> head how many pounds you are thinking you gave us.....skippy
> Well, I scored 75 lbs from Andy... small world gets smaller. Glad to
> find you think its a nice type. As far as the spuds, figure on a
> ton, deduct your gradeouts and give us something/ anything for the
> marketable. fortunes will not be lost or gained on this
> However, tribal war will break out if the plastic bin dissapears!
> It looks like you might have 5 extra hands for the market on the
> 17th. Is that ok to bring that many. We will bring bags and pads,
> but Monty is interested in herbs and marketing(wants to grow
> ginger) and Jenny and Ray want to see the truck/infrastructure.
> Anne wants to help liz slay sneeky Russians. Me, I want to boogey
> board....let us know if this would be overwhelming, we dont want to
> make things worse...