Friday, July 30, 2010

ENTRY # TWO THOUSAND THIRTY SEVEN

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Good Morning
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Another new day has arrived and I hope that all of you are in a Happy mood because I am.
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We now have all three cams working, with Mary's help we had # 2 going in the early afternoon. DAD .. SMILE.
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Dad's Outdoor Web Cam #1
Dad's Outdoor Web Cam #2
Dad's Outdoor Web Cam #3
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We hope that these three Cams will be of interest to you, we do hav a lot planned for this fall and winter, and that we can keep them going full force.
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Dad's Smile Album
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I would like to see Sara, Misty and Oreo this morning, why wait any longer, come on lets go to
Sara's Dog Training blog, they are there. DAD ,

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Here is a link below to our local weather, you may get your own by just typing in your zip code.
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.todays/usa/tennessee/knoxville/id/37920 .
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Today.. 7/30/10
Times of sun and clouds. Hot. High 33C. Winds N at 5 to 10 mph.
Partly cloudy skies. Hot. High 93F. Winds N at 5 to 10

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Posted on 29 July 2010 by tomatocasual.com
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The Tomato Chronicles - Hardening Off
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Posted on 29 July 2010 by tomatocasual.com
The Tomato Chronicles - Hardening Off
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By Mindy McIntosh-Shetter
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Hardening off is a step that many inexperienced gardeners skip as the “gardening bug” erupts as temperatures rise.
But this step is very crucial to a gardener’s success.
Hardening off is the process by which seedlings are gradually exposed to the outside environment.
Wind, temperature, and light intensity are all different outside then what the seedling is used to inside. If this step is skipped leaves get burned and the plant goes through unneeded stress that can cause death of your seedling. Hardening off is not a difficult process to fit into one’s busy schedule and in my personal opinion should take about 3 weeks total before you can safely leave them outside.
The schedule below should start
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Problem Solver Site. I think that you will enjoy this, DAD.
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We are not going to worry today because we know that God is looking down from heaven on us and he knows what is best

And I am leaving a full pot of Sumatra X bold coffe ready and waiting on you.

Be kind today to every one you meet , you might be able to help some one who might be down and need to be lifted up.

BYE BYE DAD.
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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good Morning, DAD,
What lovely thoughts to start the day. I'll be back later to enjoy a cup of coffee with you.
I'm off to bed. Aloha, Sara's aunt

Sara said...

Dad,
I woke to a growl, then a barking Oreo this morning. He was staring out the bedroom window. I told him, "It's just the bunny, go back to sleep." But, he was up, Misty was up....so I was up. I opened the door to the yard, Oreo took off running, and I saw black wings and heard lots of squaking. The flock of turkeys we had seen the other day on our walk, was now in our yard.

I'm sure Oreo and Misty managed to wake the entire neighborhood while the wild turkeys scattered and fled.

The good part! They woke Jeff up, just in time to catch the garbage truck (he had forgotten to put the garbage out last night!).

OK, after all this commotion, I'm ready for some coffee.

~Sara

Anonymous said...

Good Morning DAD...

I am HAPPY too. My daughter and grandsons arrived yesterday afternoon. We are having a lot of fun with them...though it is difficult to keep up with their energy and pace. I had to call Sara and Jeff in to help out. We all went to a small amusement park and Sara and Jeff rode the BIG rides with the boys while I watched.

Forgive me if I don't get to visit for a couple of days. ...Sara's Mom

jmuhj said...

Dear Dad, Ms. Mary, and sweet Prince!:

The very informative daily tomato lesson could apply to just about any of us of any species, don't you agree, Dad? ;) We need time to adjust to being in the world when we first come into it, yes?

We are not in the fire zones, by the way. But we have friends who are, and we pray for them and for all the animals in those areas! It is very beautiful land through there, en route to where we lived before we had to move here.

I'm thinking about a second cup if you can spare it. Have a wonderful afternoon/evening and a good weekend! Love to you all from Jamaka and fams

Anonymous said...

Hi Dad,
My bags are packed and soon I'll be picking juicy tomatoes from my sisters garden. If her grandsons have picked them all before I get there, I won't be too, too disappointed because there might be a few left on the vine at your place. Aloha, Sara's aunt