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Just some pics of us and our "hood" , Central Texas ;)

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  • Just some pics of us and our "hood" , Central Texas ;)

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    Heinz

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    Some nice pics Heinz. Fords Heinz, Fords, really? Is that your daughter? A very beautiful lassie. Is that an Orange tree buddy? We have them growing wild here in southern Ontario Canada. As well as all the other members of the citrus family.
    Experience is a lifetime of mistakes, wisdom is not making them again.

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      Originally posted by Old Ironmaker View Post
      Some nice pics Heinz. Fords Heinz, Fords, really? Is that your daughter? A very beautiful lassie. Is that an Orange tree buddy? We have them growing wild here in southern Ontario Canada. As well as all the other members of the citrus family.
      Yup 06 GT 68K, and a 12 EB F150 twin v6, and her Honda, peach tree, just picked almost 75 peaches, yum! No she's my girlfriend, she just had her 50th bday We love it here, Hutto, TX 30 miles north of Austin, moved here 2.5 yrs ago
      Heinz

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      • #4
        Peaches really do grow well here in southern Ontario. We had a peach tree where I grew up and we weren't allowed to pick one without Dad's permission. The Niagara peninsula is famous World wide for our peaches, pears and grapes.
        Experience is a lifetime of mistakes, wisdom is not making them again.

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          Originally posted by Old Ironmaker View Post
          Peaches really do grow well here in southern Ontario. We had a peach tree where I grew up and we weren't allowed to pick one without Dad's permission. The Niagara peninsula is famous World wide for our peaches, pears and grapes.
          Oh, I had no idea you guys grew such great fruit, my tomatoes (3 types) always seem to do well, squash, corn, herbs(1st time) also.
          Heinz

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            Yea, imagine trying to grow fruit in 3 feet of snow and -15F in July.
            Experience is a lifetime of mistakes, wisdom is not making them again.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Old Ironmaker View Post
              Yea, imagine trying to grow fruit in 3 feet of snow and -15F in July.
              93 and only 65% humidity here
              Heinz

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              • #8
                Originally posted by ezbtr View Post

                Oh, I had no idea you guys grew such great fruit, my tomatoes (3 types) always seem to do well, squash, corn, herbs(1st time) also.
                I've always have had a big productive garden when we lived in the city. 60 tomato plants once. The wind coming off the lake where we are now blows the flowers off the plants before any fruit comes. The rabbits take care of anything peeking up from the ground. No one in the neighbourhood has a veggie garden, a few have peach and pear trees.
                Experience is a lifetime of mistakes, wisdom is not making them again.

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                  The birds, rabbits and damn near any other critters are a pain here, but the 2 dogs and 1 cat help
                  Heinz

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