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  1. redneckplanter
    December 22nd, 2011 10:23 PM
    redneckplanter
    roy come play...smiles
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  2. roygee
    January 18th, 2009 03:10 PM
    roygee
    Thank you Ms. M, we discovered this path and we are following through. We started as complete ignoramuses and we are learning as we go along. We are happy to share our experience with others as we made so many mistakes that could be avoided. Good luck in your endeavor.
    Roy
  3. Ms. M
    January 18th, 2009 02:58 PM
    Ms. M
    Reading your post about self-sufficiency reminded me of our current path. I was inspired by your efforts, they seem well beyond our own (which our friends think are pretty extreme). Grinding your own grain? Making your own tofu? We are doing well to recycle our bathwater! Anyway, thanks for the boost. Now, to scout out the location for my new black currants in my soon-to-be permaculture forest garden (suburban style).
  4. SandyAnn
    December 21st, 2008 09:59 AM
    SandyAnn
    Hey Roygee,
    Can I ask where you are in Maine? I have a friend who is moving to Matawaska (spelling?) in February. He's not much of a gardener, but one of your posts mentioned making ale and beer, and THAT is right up his alley.

    I, on the other hand, am very curious about Maine gardening. Not that I can see myself gardening in the snow, but how long is your growing season there, and what kind of things can you grow? One of the places my friend Paul is looking at has some acerage, and I suggested an orchard. Have any ideas?
    Sandy

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