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Hello... figured I oughta pop in and add Shiner Tx to the list of enthusiasts. .. I am a noob to permaculture proper, but realized all my thoughts of how to do things aligned with the perma-culture. On 60 acres of over grazed, over weed killed, and over fertilezed and all that comes with the cattle culture around here. Been cide free for 8 years, and raising all manor of critters. Getting the new, larger market gerden in, and starting on the orchard and Vinyard soon... (Earthworks at least)... love to find some one close by, to bounce thoughts off of, lol

And there you have a noob mistake.. lol. This was supposed to be under roll call... derp
 
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Best thing I did was walk the property in the rain or just after.  See where it's flowing. Helped me understand things a lot.
 
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So, Mike, do you want it moved? You are in the correct area (TX)
 
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I'm in Schulenburg. glad to see more in the area.
 
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wayne fajkus wrote:Best thing I did was walk the property in the rain or just after.  See where it's flowing. Helped me understand things a lot.



Yup, been here since 2008, so we have that down pretty good. Just trying to decide the best ways to use what we get. In the wet years it's not too bad, in the dry ones there isn't much to worry about using, lol. We get 7 dry years, then 3 semi wet ones, in a pretty predictable pattern. Next year starts the dry pattern...
 
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Deb Rebel wrote:So, Mike, do you want it moved? You are in the correct area (TX)



Nah, this will be fine for me, lol thanks though..
 
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Rodd Ramon wrote:I'm in Schulenburg. glad to see more in the area.



That's not too far up the road!  Hey neighbor, lol
 
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