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October 01, 2007


Hi, good to see you getting back it into it. I tried to write on the 'recommend' section of your other blog, to see if my site would be suitable to post. I have the same problem as you, running around trying to find interesting veg blogs without too many flowers! The link didn't bring anything up so i posted here instead. www.vegmonkey.co.uk based in the south of england, quite unusual i feel due to the diversity of veg in a small space that is nothing more than a terraced garden...it can be done! I'll leave it up to you. Cheers.

Thanks Vegmonky! I do like your site. It will be a great addition to Veggie Garden Info. I'm sorry that the suggestions page didn't work on the site. I think I fixed it now. Unfortunately I know more about gardening than I do about website-building!

One project just leads to another, doesn't it? I think your fire pit looks great. I can't believe how much you did over the weekend, and still plan to do!

Carol at May Dreams Gardens

The electric company should of picked the debris up for you. But at least now you have some firewood. Good looking firering!

Donald Mc

It's great to see you back up and running. That is a great project you have completed. Keep up the great work.

That fire ring turned out really nice! Awfully considerate of the utility company to charge high prices for power AND leave you a mess! I see some of those logs are nearly hollow...I saw some at a craft show which were cut to about 5" high, then filled with wax/wicks for big candles-very pretty! Enjoy your nice fires!

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