What I did today after 4:20

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What I did today after 4:20

Post by SlimJim » Thu Jul 10, 2014 6:01 pm

HA HA, gotcha, I know you were thinking something else but I just got home to southern Maine and this is what I did, how about you?
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Re: What I did today after 4:20

Post by SlimJim » Thu Jul 10, 2014 6:10 pm

Those are wild Maine Blueberries, known all over the world for their health benefits, very small, and not easy to pick especially in the low bush natural state that they are on MY property, I got home,after a 3 day tour locally and decided to harvest some of Gods wonders of the world, (yes Neal I left some for the black bears) I would like to know what others around the country do to help themselves in the way my Wife and I do while enjoying every second of our lives. these will be a delicious treat on a slice of toast this winter, OOOOOH BOY, I can't wait
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Re: What I did today after 4:20

Post by SlimJim » Thu Jul 10, 2014 7:30 pm

I also enjoyed the weed garden that she planted many years ago! (Weeds are sometimes pretty but not edible)
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Re: What I did today after 4:20

Post by mlappin » Thu Jul 10, 2014 9:02 pm

After 4:20 I hauled another 66 round bales home, fed the cows, switched pastures then played with the edger attachment I just picked up for my Kombi today. The wife was sitting on the bench her Grandfather built and was watching the calves be silly.

We do enjoy going mushroom hunting though when they start popping in the spring. I do have to be careful though, I have the eye for mushrooms and she doesn't. She doesn't ever step on one or anything silly like that, but I can see em from 20 feet away and she'll almost walk right past em.

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Re: What I did today after 4:20

Post by SlimJim » Fri Jul 11, 2014 5:46 am

Good times well spent, while it's slow on the forum how about more posts and pictures
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Re: What I did today after 4:20

Post by RSI » Fri Jul 11, 2014 12:31 pm

Can't go in the woods this time of year here. Too many deer flies.

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Re: What I did today after 4:20

Post by SlimJim » Fri Jul 11, 2014 1:05 pm

I would like to see some back yard barbecues, Good times with the family as well
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Re: What I did today after 4:20

Post by Yotehunter66 » Sat Jul 12, 2014 7:27 pm

I was on vacation at the campground on Lake Michigan drinking beer.
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Re: What I did today after 4:20

Post by ITO » Sun Jul 13, 2014 8:04 am

Ah the blueberries, we are having a bumper crop this year in northern WI aided by a wet spring and summer. We had a fairly large wild fire go through last year near here and the berries are easier to find then ever over there. We look for the morels also and earlier this spring we had a good mushroom crop. Of course we're always looking for some good dead fall oak as we go, hope everyone enjoys their berry season(s).

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Re: What I did today after 4:20

Post by Yotehunter66 » Sun Jul 13, 2014 7:38 pm

My wife has been trying to raise blueberries for the last five years. She's killed everyone one of them. I got to build her a raised bed and get the right soil for her. They don't appear to like clay.
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