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Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
06/16/20 06:11:24PM
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3rd Journey


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Eggplants?  think they're Called Aubergines over here, (like slugs, I've never tried one!)...   Do you get any "helpful, wildlife gardeners?  We get hedgehogs (sadly becoming much rarer) which eat slugs and I've got 3 resident slow-worms* in my compost heap, which i hope are going out slug eating to help me out.  Need to acquire more Tomatoes, nothing beats the taste of home grown toms..mmmmm  

*will try and get some photos.   

Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
06/16/20 06:00:35PM
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Here we go! *natural *


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just passing thru....  greetings to you

Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
06/14/20 06:33:21PM
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@S Eagle  Never fancied Slugs, but just started researching someone (from California I think) who experimented eating slugs; looks like he deep fries them in batter and spices, said they taste like a cross between calamari and mushroom (could be worse). This guy mentions using Dr Broners to disinfect things (also for washing dreads?) He seemed to go through a long desliming process boiling them in ACV hmm

We get some fairly similar slugs over here (not quite like your banana boys) but dont think Im desperate enough to start stir frying them yet!

Apparently you have to feed them clean lettuce for a day or two to purge and toxic stuff out. I recall one TV chef trying to clean slime from them in vinegar with little success and We had a manager at work you would eat snails he gathered in the wild..  Think I'll stick with mushrooms for now...

@ peacefull passer  my blue berries (first year) are a nice shade of green at the moment, must protect them from the birds soon.Leeks and  carrots are looking ok.  Have various pots of compost with runner beans and green beans (hope to train the runners up into my tree branches) Have a few small apple trees in pots doing ok, peas dont seem to like my soil- but i will get them growing one year!  No room for a cow as I only have about 0.01 Acre garden or less. Trade you some leeks for one of your big pumkins?

Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
06/07/20 07:00:12PM
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Hello :) I'm new into dreads. Started a neglected journey 1 month ago, any tips?


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Nearly forgot....like your background music..Can't beat a bit of Bob.

Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
06/07/20 06:58:46PM
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2 years


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Wow they look great and increasing quite a bit in length too!

Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
06/07/20 06:51:54PM
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Hello :) I'm new into dreads. Started a neglected journey 1 month ago, any tips?


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@Pedrono  Welcome from sunny SW England,  Like Eagle and the passer-lady say "its gonna get messy" (sure that was a line from a film?)

but it should be worth it and your hair has got some good ZigZaging going on already.  Be patient, separate before they get too thick and enjoy!!

Especially the strange looks you will get from folks.

Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
06/07/20 06:42:55PM
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Some of those litttle fellers creep up on you while you're not looking and misbehave, I've had a couple that I tried unpicking the ends cos they balled right up and get too thick...think i used an olde knotting needle (no crotchet hooks in this house!)

Like your planting from a few weeks back, are they some kind've bean?  Love your blackening sky pic too..the grass looks really parched where you are.

Its been realy dry last month (May) and I got fed up having to water loads: rain is back and bringing slugs too...."ARRgh, leave my beans alone..slimy beasts" 

Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
03/31/20 05:00:35PM
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Natural dreadlocks, from day 0


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oops...  the piccy is one of my favourite trees, a young hollow oak about 2-3 hundred years olde.

Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
03/31/20 04:58:04PM
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Natural dreadlocks, from day 0


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@peacefulpasser  composting anything that doesn't move (Could try a neighbour or two - but that would take too long), acquired a shredder so big stuff can be mangled and rots down quicker. I still have slow log,branch piles to benefit the wildlife (be get slow worm and frogs which help keep down the slugs.  

I recently cleared an olde pile out cuttings, leaves etc which left some nice compost underneath so I am hoping try and establish a "no-dig" veg bed, getting impatient for seeds to arrive by post now.  I've been scavenging on my rounds lately; found some good mesh netting to keep birds off seed beds and too some old Agapanthus roots away that someone was taking to dump....

Love your homemade masks, your kids look happy in them.  We have some at work, I will use if situations are desperate. 


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Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
03/29/20 06:52:43PM
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@ Soaringeagle  totally with you on the non-uniform look of nature, give me the woods anyday, or the moors, beach, marshes etc.

I would love to have my own woods to hideaway on especially with the current state the world is in, guess I'll make do with my little garden of sanity, which is far from uniform and not quite anarchy, but the birds and bees like it and me too. 

@lunakat13 I get people staring funny at my hair from afar and smile at them cos they need it; we are a funny olde species.  I find myself judging folks by their looks/tatoos/music taste etc,  then step back and kick my own ass for being so stupid, just take folks as they are, not as you think they are.(hope that makes sense) .  I see one or two lovely looking dreadheads and wander how they started dreadlife, were all different, like some animals too. 

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