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#41 Sun 01 Jan 12 11:47pm

Grandmadamada

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Re: Food foraging around the UK

lol  lol  lol  lol  lol  lol  lol I can see you kye like an imperatrice giving orders from the window lol  lol  lol

i caught them out from an upstair window evil ............... this sentence is decisiva and the next much more

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#42 Mon 02 Jan 12 12:07am

Kye

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Re: Food foraging around the UK

Was exactly what happened exclaim ..

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#43 Tue 03 Jan 12 2:06pm

minerva

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Re: Food foraging around the UK

That's it ladies, sort 'em out!

Guerrilla gardening should never be left to the men...............they don't do it at all properly without strict supervision..............& I mean STRICT!!!  evil

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#44 Tue 03 Jan 12 3:00pm

Kye

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Re: Food foraging around the UK

They do definately need close supervision roll

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#45 Tue 03 Jan 12 3:40pm

Grandmadamada

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Re: Food foraging around the UK

I survived the building (or just binding toghether) of a bamboo structure to better shelter my plants on the terrazza, I asked for it, and menaced to do as I can in october, but he, he can do it much better than me things that last and no wind can blow away, so I kept waitin and waiting for this meraviglia, till the frost came and after two days of all white around I decided on the last day of the year I waited enough and did an approximative cage to be covered with a plastic, a tissuenon tissue is in contact with the plants, but I think it's not enough with many degrees under 0, ........................... do you believe me????? on the first of January 2012 we were there together, the genius and his silent obedient unable approximative assistant doing "the proper job" ...... now I hardly can have access to my plants to water them from time to time, I'm happy I do not need a combinazione of numbers as for casseforti help
and must be very very grateful too
where is the smiley with big cheeks saying uffffffaaaaaa lol

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#46 Tue 03 Jan 12 3:50pm

minerva

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Re: Food foraging around the UK

Next Christmas you will have knitted for him, a jersey on a circular needle (with help from the rest of us!) saying, "Beware: Genius At Work"........!!!!

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#47 Tue 03 Jan 12 3:53pm

Kye

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Re: Food foraging around the UK

lol  lol We all have to learn when to be quiet to make a marriage work lol  lol


I'm still learning though mrgreen

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#48 Tue 03 Jan 12 3:58pm

Grandmadamada

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Re: Food foraging around the UK

lol  lol  lol  lol  lol  thumbsup  big_smile

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#49 Tue 03 Jan 12 4:10pm

MsPablo

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Re: Food foraging around the UK

minerva wrote:

That's it ladies, sort 'em out!

Guerrilla gardening should never be left to the men...............they don't do it at all properly without strict supervision..............& I mean STRICT!!!  evil

thumbsup I agree minnie!

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#50 Sun 08 Jan 12 1:12am

@nGoose1

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Re: Food foraging around the UK

Try foraging Seaweed, check out my blog. I found a Native Oyster yesterday while doing so, it tasted exellent. As did the seaweed.

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