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    Cabin fever busting

    Been splitting wood hoping for next snow fall to use the 3 point snowblower. Taking down treestands and getting coyote sets out. Anybody else girl cabin fever breaking ideas?
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    I'm going to begin hoeing in the garden today! Will be in the 60s! I can crank the radio up and get a good workout! Come on Springtime!!!! I've got about 5 weeks to get sections ready for planting, and 6-7 weeks to be needing it all ready to plant!
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    Six weeks to planting????? I just shovelled another foot and half off of snow from my shop roof.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carvel Loafer View Post
    Six weeks to planting????? I just shovelled another foot and half off of snow from my shop roof.

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    Sounds like a personal problem to me!! Yikes!

    We've still got 6-8 weeks of winter to go, but I can get broccoli, cauliflower and onions in the ground in 4 weeks! They can usually handle any winter that is hanging on then. I try to get squash seeds in the ground around the middle of March, and tomato and pepper plants in the ground the 3rd to 4th week of March. Okra seed goes in the end of March to first week of April! I'm ready! Well, except for the fact I still have a lot of hoeing to do!
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    Even to be thinking about planting is refreshing! Won't be too long and the 3 path auger will be punching holes in for all the trees I ordered from the county.
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    FG19- No tiller? We can't even think about anything in the ground til Memorial Day! And, to TShipp- The only tree Holes that we look forward to at this time of year, is in the sides of Sugar Maples! Yum! (But even that's awhile away......... ~Scotty
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty370 View Post
    FG19- No tiller? We can't even think about anything in the ground til Memorial Day! And, to TShipp- The only tree Holes that we look forward to at this time of year, is in the sides of Sugar Maples! Yum! (But even that's awhile away......... ~Scotty
    I can't get into the garden area with the tractor, so no tiller. My garden is inside my yard fence, so the deer don't eat everything as it sprouts.

    I began a new workout program about 6 weeks ago, hoping that I'd stay in better shape this winter, than years past. We'll see how I feel tomorrow. I hoed a section 18 X 4 feet of garden area! That is hoeing, pulling weeds/grass, and working in compost. Just a fraction of what I need to do, but at least it is a start. Weather should be good again tomorrow, even if a few degrees cooler, so maybe I can get another decent area done tomorrow! The key will really be when I get up Monday to go to "work".
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    Maple syrup sounds good. I trade some of my honey for that every year! We're supposed to get high wind and up to 7" tomorrow! BRING IT ON!!!
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    7" Might be a fantasy for some!
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    7" Might be a fantasy for some!
    I suppose it would. Just Sayin!
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