Greg Martin

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I feel strongly that as much land as possible should be covered in 7 layers of plants, so I'd want to modify that plan significantly.  That and I really like picking my own berries while wandering within that 7 layers of edibles.  
23 minutes ago

Ron Kulas wrote:

Abe Coley wrote:Burn 3 boards at a time with no propane by wiring them up in a sort of chimney configuration:

But I need to burn all 6 faces (that includes ends and edges) so that method wont work for this application.

If you leave a gap at the bottom I would expect the bottom edge to char.  The top and side edges should char too.  For the other 3 broad sides I would think you have to turn them around to the inside and set the fire again.  Something I'd love to try some day!
The bad news is, I dropped my cactus today.

The worse news is that I caught it.
1 month ago
It's just not worth it to argue with a cactus... they make too many great points.
1 month ago

James Alun wrote:Umbrellas

That was what I was looking for.  Good job James!
1 month ago

Saana Jalimauchi wrote:

Greg Martin wrote:What goes up when the rain comes down?


Love it, and true, but not what I'm looking for.
1 month ago
A little more Rising Appalachia:

1 month ago
The illegal smuggling of mimes....

nobody talks about it.
1 month ago