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DOUGHBOY262

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  1. We tried doing that with baby stuff when our son was born. Anything that he could've put in his mouth we wanted Made In The USA. We were doing good for awhile but it became damn near impossible when it came to toys. Even the bottles were tough; Dr Brown has some bottles made in China and some made in USA, but I think it depended on the kind of bottle
  2. Gonna try a small row garden this year now that our yard is fenced in. Probably gonna start it next week. Gotta also prep the raised garden beds
  3. Good time or not, its better then sitting around doing nothing. The jello legs are a good thing. Enjoy and nice job!
  4. Here you go @bushden...this was about a year ago for my sons 1st bday
  5. Went there a few times. Good stuff. Some stuff costs a good amount of money, but it is exotic meats
  6. Don't know the kinds of gardens everyone has, but as anyone tried the "no till" method? I've been looking into the whole regenerative farming method and would like to try it if decide to do a row-garden section in the backyard.
  7. His website is pretty interesting also. has a few free series on there. Im a fan of Back 40. www.themeateater.com
  8. At this point, easier to ask for forgiveness than to ask for permission...kinda
  9. I had no clue. Just did some quick research and it looks like EPA changed pressure treated wood standards in 2003. Still might decide to line the wood after the winter just to be safe. https://www.finegardening.com/article/are-pressure-treated-woods-safe-in-garden-beds
  10. 1st pic is from late spring when i built it. 2nd pic is from this past week...we're just about done with our first round of vegetables. starting our 2nd now. 1st round we didnt get much, but its a learning process
  11. Thank you all. Ive been getting my license for the past 3 years, but recently didnt have any time to go cause of life things. Hopefully I can get back out this year
  12. The state website on lists the distances on a few WMA archery ranges. Does anyone know the distance for the archery range at Assunpink? I dabbled in hunting a few years ago and trying to get back into it. Might be frowned upon here, but i use a crossbow and probably need to tweak my scope
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