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Post: # 97243Post Annpan »

Yesterday afternoon, I said to JohnM that he should join in... 'pick a page' says I
'296' says he....

Well he started cycling to Carslise last night and boarded the first train to Bristol this morning... I expect him home around the 8th of May :shock:
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Post: # 97247Post circlecross »

he can stop at ours for a cup of tea when back thru the great border city!
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Annpan wrote:Yesterday afternoon, I said to JohnM that he should join in... 'pick a page' says I
'296' says he....
Are you sure he didn't have a peek beforehand? :wink: Maybe he just wanted a good excuse for a holiday! :lol:
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potatoes are showing signs of growth and peas coming on - haven't done parsnips yet :mrgreen:
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Post: # 98354Post MKG »

I can't stand the suspense any longer. I won't be travelling anywhere near the library or any bookstore until the end of next month. Someone PLEASE tell me what's on page 55 so I can make a start and not miss out on anything. Take Pity!!!

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MKG wrote:I can't stand the suspense any longer. I won't be travelling anywhere near the library or any bookstore until the end of next month. Someone PLEASE tell me what's on page 55 so I can make a start and not miss out on anything. Take Pity!!!
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Go on then! Page 55 is:

Natural cleaning - bicarb, lemon juice, vinegar, eco-balls and soap pods.

Enjoy!


BTW - please can I be excused growing radishes on condition I do beans and spinach actually follow through on the potatoes (yeurgh, I'll have to clean the maggots out of the bin)? I really don't like radishes and I have limited space. Please? :mrgreen:
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Oh go on then. If I don't have to get a mortgage cos I don't want one then you don't have to grow radishes if you don't like them! :lol:

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Post: # 110192Post Keaniebean »

Is it too late to join this game. I've just ordered my copy off of Amazon for a bargin price.

Is there any thing rude on page 69, not that there would be. I'll pick that number not for any specific reason :lol: .

At least I know its not getting a mortgage. :pale: :wink:
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Post: # 110306Post Jobi1canobi »

LOL - depends on your definition of rude!

Headings are - Sanitary Products; Toilet Cleaners & Air Fresheners (nice instructions for making your own pot pourri).

Enjoy! :thumbleft:
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We have enjoyed lots of peas from the lottie, and potatoes from bags in the garden, and I lifted some from the lottie yesterday. Still haven't started the parsnips yet, but I will so my page is almost done! Do I have to do another page once I have completed??
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I have had the world's yummiest new potatoes and planted some spinach seeds as part of my big plan for a winter greens-fest. Beans are thriving (i.e. taking over) but not eaten any yet. I think I might have planted French beans by accident, but close enough...
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Well I grew the cucumbers (they were not the type they said on the packet so I was a bit miffed).
Fennel grows wild absolutely everywhere round here so you could say I grew it.
LOL!

Jerusalem Artichokes are grown locally by all the farmers and as a result are very very cheap (can't justify growing them in the limited space I have). In fact - if anyone buys Artichokes from the supermarket - chances are they will have come from here.

French Beans I will have a go at sowing later as I believe they like a cooler temperature than what we have happening.
I might have to wait to sow them at the end of September actually, it's that darn hot.
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Post: # 118105Post circlecross »

just enjoyed another day of meals based around potatoes & peas/beans. No parsnips yet, but I did spot what could be two rogue ones where some lambs lettuce was supposed to be...
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snapdragon wrote:
Green Rosie wrote:
Green Rosie wrote:204 - but please may I be excused if it involves bees - I react really badly to stings :cry:
Tried to get a copy of the Bible in England but it hadn't arrived at the onl;y bookshop I was able to get to - so I've added it to my birthday present list. Sooooooooo can some-one please tell me what is on page 204 so I don't need to wait until July.

Thanks :mrgreen:
GreenRosie - you have a lovely photo of green twins in tower mode,
a-scrumping cherries from the park -
the facing page has the title 'Wild Food'
...... well I have foraged for all sorts of new wild foods and made them into yummy stuff - elderberries, sloes, rosehips, wild garlic etc .... and lots of lovely neighbours let me have their wildfall apples for our pigs - not exactly scrumping but it did feel like it at times :iconbiggrin:

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