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post #1 of 38 (permalink) Old 03-17-2020, 05:54 PM Thread Starter
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For some reason the video won't play.



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not sure why, its ok for me? Give us one of your favs. Try this link https://youtu.be/90WD_ats6eE?t=11

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not sure why, its ok for me? Give us one of your favs. Try this link https://youtu.be/90WD_ats6eE?t=11
Ok - that link worked for me. Here is a link that is something pretty funny!



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This is what I've been spending my at-home time building. Watch in HD if you can:

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good stuff J and K . We need more good stories songs or whatever, it is depressing all the news these days.
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Karen, I donít know how you do it. You must be one of the most talented and interesting people I have ever been online acquainted with

I have tried for several years to grow plants and always fail at some different point in the process. I thought being indoors right now might be a good time to try again, so I started a few trays of all different vegetables, plants, and flowers. Problem is, I usually start out with pretty good momentum, itís usually a month or two in that somehow I lose it and everything dies. Last year was my best run, I planted a climbing rose and I was so excited, it made it all the way until winter and then I forgot to insulate it.

Sometimes I wonder how my kids and my sweet Havanese have survived so long!
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LOL! The nice thing about terrariums is that they are pretty forgiving if they are set up right. They don’t need to even be watered very often. Some hardly at all! This big one is, of coure more work, and was a lot of work to put together, but I also make smaller ones for people as gifts, and they are REALLY easy to care for. This one has been sitting in my front hall for a year, and I’ve misted it with water and clipped a few plants back that were getting over grown TWICE in that time.

And... because so many people have asked me how to set up small terrariums correctly (the ones you buy at a grocery store or even a garden store usually aren’t set up correctly to last long-term) I wrote this so that people could make their own: https://www.glassjungles.net/blog/20...cage-terrarium
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The Pug Peeing is TOOOOO! However, I'm glad he's not my dog.
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Thanks for starting this thread, Dave! Love that song! Just saw Bob Dylan in concert in October ...

Cannot believe how long that pug walked on two legs. I wonder how that began and if that's his regular method. He sure covered a lot of distance ...

Here's a video we just saw on DH's FB:

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