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Post  JennAndCompany 5/9/2012, 8:58 pm

kateh wrote:next year I'm hoping for a composter - one step at a time!
Me Too!!!
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Post  lisaphoto 5/10/2012, 7:26 am

I love everyone's replies! I am a converted girly girl. Growing up, my best friend was a boy, so we used to run around in the creek, play kick the can, climb trees, build snow forts, etc. But at the same time, I would play dress up with my sister, put on make up and nail polish, and play waitress. In Jr. High, I lost a bunch of weight, and the movie clueless had just come out. So I dressed like Cher everyday with my cutesy outfits, and Mary Janes. I was known as the girl who always wore a skirt and a dress. My friends didn't see me in jeans for three years. Of course, that all fell by the wayside by high school. I am still a bit of a princess in some ways, but going to Africa and working with children who have nothing but are so happy really changed my perspective on things. Instead of jewelry and clothes, I strive to use my money and time to spend quality time with my children, create memories, and have fun.
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Post  RoOsTeR 5/10/2012, 7:49 am

JennAndCompany wrote:
kateh wrote:next year I'm hoping for a composter - one step at a time!
Me Too!!!

Dare a man step in here Shocked

I would start a pile now, if you haven't already. No need to wait on a composter Some women - Page 3 3170584802 I actually retired my tumbler as I find it much easier to do the composting deeds right on the ground.

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Post  lisaphoto 5/10/2012, 8:07 am

Girls only rooster! Just kidding Razz
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Post  Goosegirl 5/10/2012, 8:23 am

RoOsTeR wrote:Dare a man step in here Shocked

Please do, Rooster! Step in it! (sorry, couldn't resist!)


RoOsTeR wrote:
JennAndCompany wrote:
kateh wrote:next year I'm hoping for a composter - one step at a time!
Me Too!!!

Dare a man step in here Shocked

I would start a pile now, if you haven't already. No need to wait on a composter Some women - Page 3 3170584802 I actually retired my tumbler as I find it much easier to do the composting deeds right on the ground.

Personally, I am planning on building 2 tumblers and keeping my pile as well. I want to have one tumbler 'working' while the other is being filled. Then, what is left at the end of the season will go to the ever-growing pile. I generally don't have the time or energy to do regular turnings of the pile, so I am hoping the innoculations with the tumbler stuff made from the kitchen scraps and pulled weeds from the beds will give it a good boost right before the snow flies.

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Post  cheyannarach 5/10/2012, 8:46 am

I have the tumbler and plan on building more with pallets, we have a bunch sitting around!

Rooster, you would dare... lol.
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Post  RoOsTeR 5/10/2012, 9:16 am

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Here's the simple tumbler I made in case any of you OUTSTANDING, and INCREDIBLY TALENTED young ladies are interested. Very Happy

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Post  littlesapphire 5/10/2012, 9:49 am

OOH, how cool! Now I finally understand why, every time I look up "compost" on craigslist, I get lots of ads for these blue barrels! DUH. How well does it work, Rooster?
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Post  CindiLou 5/10/2012, 10:28 am

Those blue barrels are also great for rain barrels! Can't seem to have to many of the darn things when we hit a dry spell.
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Post  GWN 5/10/2012, 10:59 am

HMMM mothers day...
From son I hope to get a bucket of morels...
From hubby I hope we can build several new 4x4s.

Although I find that there is something peaceful and therapeutic about weeding, and I have been doing it for a month now, I have decided enough is enough. Quack Grass YOU WIN! cheers
I am going to JUST SFG, and totally covered gardens.

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Post  JennAndCompany 5/10/2012, 9:02 pm

RoOsTeR wrote:
JennAndCompany wrote:
kateh wrote:next year I'm hoping for a composter - one step at a time!
Me Too!!!

Dare a man step in here Shocked

I would start a pile now, if you haven't already. No need to wait on a composter Some women - Page 3 3170584802 I actually retired my tumbler as I find it much easier to do the composting deeds right on the ground.
Thanks Rooster~ step in anytime! Some women - Page 3 3170584802
My thoughtful husband just talked to the neighbors about starting a compost pile (we share the yard with another house - two big houses with itty bitty yard space and our other neighbors are very close by too).

The neighbor is all for a compost pile as long as it doesn't stink. (which I think all the neighbors would agree with). Now I just want pallets!

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Post  darci.strutt 5/22/2012, 8:26 am

I knew I liked this place! Sisters!!

I got a nice bonus last year from work and spent part of it on a compost tumbler. Just dumped some nice black compost on to a tarp last night and started filling it up again. I also bought a used banjo...but hey, I wrote songs about gardening and cooking "real" food Very Happy so it's part of my gardening life too.

I love my tools, the smell of fresh cut wood, and the feeling of completing a project. I'm getting lots of ideas from this site! The hubby is getting nervous.
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Post  cheyannarach 5/22/2012, 10:47 am

It's good to keep the hubbys nervous Wink
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Post  JennAndCompany 5/23/2012, 12:03 am

cheyannarach wrote:It's good to keep the hubbys nervous Wink

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