Jim Guinn wrote:I dread the winter since I love working on my property. I get cabin fever very easily. Interested in your greenhouse, Brian. Do you have a thread somewhere with more info on your greenhouse? Thanks.
Buen invierno back at ya. What a lovely phase. I had to look it up though, but same with the Spanish translation, haha.
Patrick Stanton wrote:Bon hiver, Brian!
Jim Guinn wrote:Beautiful bell peppers, Brian.
Laura Hays wrote:Hey there Brian, we must be in the same 'hood. I sure am hoping to get more snow this year. Looking at river bottoms for the last year plus is a bit hair raising.
Our best to you.
roberta mccanse wrote:Be careful what you wish for. Last winter's snow in northwestern Montana was huge. I live in an earth sheltered home so did not freeze to death (just barely). Getting out and about was a challenge. Thank goodness for good neighbors with big machines. Then a dry spring and summer set us up for fire season, not as bad as 2017 but bad enough. Climate change has us in it's grip. Looking forward to a new wood stove this year and happily eating the last of the frost sweetened spinach and kale.
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