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Kelley Burley!!
Numismaniac Offline
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HA,
made ya look, it's an heirloom tobacco variety, the ones closest to the camera
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05busa Offline
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What d fuq
DrafterX Offline
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Puppy-dog..!!! Laugh
Numismaniac Offline
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yep, she's pretty close if I'm around
Burner02 Offline
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You paying taxes?
Numismaniac Offline
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don't have to as a hobby farmer, nozzir........Not sure if they have allotments now or not?
CelticBomber Offline
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that little westie is in every pic when Numi is outside. She stays close to her daddy! Cute dog;-)
Numismaniac Offline
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She is a real hunter, too. mice, lizards, anything that skitters or runs. And do not let it run in a hole!!!!!!

Wife got her just as we started dating, so she was ruined by the time I got here permanent, never been around one, always had beagles, hunting dogs, Doberman, Black Mouth Curs, mutts, etc.

They are fierce little rascals, pretty loyal and quite good mousers and house dogs
smokealot Offline
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Roll me one!
zitotczito Offline
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Pickin time?
Numismaniac Offline
#11 Posted:
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not really, although I could actually start taking a few of the bottom leaves as they begin to droop around the edges, wait too long and they will start to brown in the field, not as desirable
Numismaniac Offline
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topped for hillbily
05busa Offline
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Wooo
Bitter Klinger Offline
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So did Nick help you get your leaves hung and dried? Are they still drying? Taking torcedor classes yet?
Numismaniac Offline
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Nick ain't gonna bust a grape!

Although he is MORE than glad to sell those videos, hehe


Some got sent to Lou2row, and he made some COOL ashtrays sing them as forms.

Some I leaf cut, the volada, and seco, they also got hit with worms pretty good a few times.

One or two I left the flower for seeds, the rest I either stalk cut in the fall, or had already put the mostly dried leaves in one of my coolidors, a few of the stalks burned in our home fire. I think there may be one in the shed, can't remember
Numismaniac Offline
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ttt
Burner02 Offline
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Numismaniac wrote:
ttt



Who are you?
Numismaniac Offline
#18 Posted:
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hehe, we're headed south, just not your way. WIfe's fall meeting is in St. Pete Beach and has been for a handful of years now. We haven't been back to Orange Beach since I last saw you my friend.
Burner02 Offline
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Numi, great to see you drop in here for a visit. Should be a great time to be in St. Pete, weather getting cooler and no major storms on the horizon. Hope y'all have a safe and most enjoyable trip.
Maybe one day you will find your way back to OBA.
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