Go Back   IDigMyGarden Forums > Members

camochef camochef is offline

Senior Member

Visitor Messages

Showing Visitor Messages 1 to 10 of 31
  1. Wind Dancer
    February 17th, 2015 03:30 PM
    Wind Dancer
    Camo!!! So good to see you! We moved to The Dalles, Oregon last spring, and I am dreaming of my first (very tiny) garden in this new low elevation, arid environment. Wish I still had some Dana's and Olena seed to try, see how they like NO summer rainfall .

    Have you had a chance to read Carol Deppe's new book, 'The Tao of Gardening'? I learned so much about tomatoes--and a few other crops-- that was new to me. You probably already know most of the info, but the book is a very entertaining read.

    Stay reasonably well friend.

    Wind Dancer aka Lillian Osborne
  2. Wind Dancer
    March 22nd, 2013 01:21 PM
    Wind Dancer
    Hey Camo, Spring seems to be going backward here--it was 13 degrees at six this morning.
    now, at a little past two in the afternoon it has made it to a balmy 44! We are looking at another week of low temps, more snow, and grey days. Thank goodness for the grow light stand!!!

    Wind Dancer
  3. redneckplanter
    March 23rd, 2011 05:39 PM
    howdyyyyyyyyyyy camo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    February 24th, 2011 03:11 PM
    Hi Camo,
    We just got a 10 min rain and now it is hot and humid out the 70's. Ya'll come down here and warm up some! That is too cold! Burr! I have my seedlings up and looking good so true leave yet. It is going to be an early spring here!
    February 22nd, 2011 04:05 PM
    I know just when you get excited more cold weather. It has been a great break but everyone is really ready for spring at my house. My chicks are doing great...I have a post in off topic with pictures if you want to go check it out. They are very entertaining to me and the kids. (:
    February 18th, 2011 03:57 PM
    Hey Camo! Glad to hear you have some relief from the cold weather. Us, too! It got up to 78 today and I am getting some paparika peppers come up now. I am so ready to plant and going to till the garden this weekend...I want to get some Barred Rock Chicks this weekend and keep chickens as well. The ground hog did call for an early spring!
    January 26th, 2011 03:38 PM
    Whoo hoo! Balmy weather over there 34 degrees! I don't think I would want to leave the house when it is 2 degrees outside. We are having a very cold winter this year too! I think 2 or 3 times last year it actually froze. It does make you want to bake, doesn't it? I have done a lot of that too. I made a cherry cake with pecans the other day. It was more like a goouie cake with the cherry syrup you put on top! *** Yes, Keep that fire buring, too! Stay warm! and keep those Patas warm too!
    January 21st, 2011 09:25 AM
    That sounds like a great B/day meal, Camo! We had a few more days in the 60's and then it froze again last night...but nothing in the single digits..Burr! I don't think I could handle that. I am wishing you warm spring weather in your future and nice big tasty tomatoes. I can't wait til Spring!
    January 17th, 2011 04:36 PM
    Hi Camo,
    How was your Birthday? Did you get what you wanted and a birthday cake? I could not believe the rain we got this last weekend. It rained all day saturday and all night. Then Thankful that it started to warm this week is really nice 69 (: I am sure the horses are happy about that. Their pens are all muddy and we took them out of there this weekend for a little while. I went home and threw them some hay for lunch.
    Ya'll stay warm, too!
  10. VBLACK
    January 12th, 2011 09:17 AM
    Thanks, Camo! Glad you enjoyed the pictures. It was so nice and spring like last saturday...t-shirt weather. The sun was shinning and it was a good day to hang out with Camolita. She really enjoyed the brushing. No snow here but the Artic Front came in and now I am wearing gloves and a scarf. Burrr..Johnny put extra plywood for the horses to block the wind last night got down to 27. I am hoping this freeze will kill all the unwanted bugs this year. I think this spring is going to be great for gardening.

About Me

  • About camochef
    USDA Zone
    love growing tomatoes, alliums, peppers, for use in recipes and for canning/dehydrating
    vegetable gardening (heirlooms), baking, cooking


Total Posts
Visitor Messages
General Information
  • Last Activity: May 20th, 2015 07:34 AM
  • Join Date: January 21st, 2008


Showing Friends 21 to 27 of 27