Gary Singleton

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since Apr 23, 2014
Western Pennsylvania Zone 6A
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I put ground cinnamon, cardamom, and cloves in my morning coffer grind..... along with a squirt each of turmeric/black pepper and chaga tinctures once brewed. Works for me.
2 months ago
I tried watching the video and it said "video unavailable, this video is private"
8 months ago
Annealing glass of any significant thickness much over 1/4" thick requires relatively precise and constant temperatures and specific hold times at various temperatures depending on the type of glass. Not saying it can't be done with a rocket stove but I think it would be pretty hit or miss. The thicker the glass the more important all those parameters become.
It works if you don't copy the youtube stuff in brackets though. Don't know how to post without them
1 year ago
well that link didn't work..... let me try again
1 year ago
About halfway through this video..... pretty amazing stuff....thought I'd take a break and share.[youtube]www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYRpFqUlK78&feature=youtu.be[/youtube]
1 year ago

Todd McDonald wrote:I've used the mini clover from outside pride mentioned above. I seeded some into a 20ft section of a raised bed last spring to see how it would work. So far it has performed as advertised, stays very short and not very aggressive. Now that its established I'll keep an eye on it to see if it tries to spread.

Why is this seed so expensive? I'm relatively new to buying bulk seed and though I recently purchased 10# of this seed (waiting to see the outcome), I'm dumbstruck by the cost..... reminds me of big Pharma. Am I just seed naive?
1 year ago
I've always been keen on pedal power, but after watching this video..... hmmmm.  I do like toast in the morning.....but not this much!  

1 year ago
Whichever they are, I just went out to 'do them in' and they're gone. it's raining lightly so maybe they took cover. Either way sounds like they're going to be a "bad bug". Thanks folks!
2 years ago