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Built a self watering tomato planter and it's making great progress. 
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Wow, this looks really good. 
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This is an awesome planter and it came out great but hops can grow almost a foot per day. My friend's plants usually reach over 15 feet tall. I'd like to see how you tackle a trellis design. That would make for a great video. 
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Thank for the video. I got the blank webpage and needed your link to get the file. 
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Dehydrated some habanero peppers this week. Not sure how I'm going to use them yet but they sure are hot. #peppers #garden 
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I also grind coffee beans and I too have a second grinder for herbs and dried peppers.  

This is my herb grinder:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00006IUX5/
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These habanero peppers look ready to go. Probably going to dry them with the dehydrator to store them. Can't go all winter without some hot peppers. 
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+Brian Utne yes, poblano, jalapeno, serrano, hot lemon and regular bell. I get a lot of garden pests that eat everything else in my garden. These hot peppers are never touched so i like to grow a few different kinds. 
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Finally got some tomatoes that weren't eaten by animals. Definitely going to invest in some fencing next year.  
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+OhPervyOne e lol the garden would not be a bad place in which to be fenced. 
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Cool project.
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If you think that a pot of hot cheese is a great way to spend a Saturday night (or even if you don't) then download a free copy of my new cookbook now. 

#kindledeals   #freekindlebooks  #fondue
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Planning is not a problem for me. I have tons of notebooks and I live in Evernote. It's the doing that I need some help with. A 35 hour day would be a big help. 

Thanks for the Songza recommendation. Great service.  Maybe that's what's missing from my planning. 
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+Savvy Sexy Social I really like the new Evernote web client (full screen mode = distraction free mode) and I didn't know about the Mac beta. Another great tip, thanks.  You're just full of useful recommendations! 
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Jalapeño peppers are still going strong in my vegetable garden. I think the recent warm weather in NJ came just in time. Those 50 degree nights in early September were not helpful at all. #Garden  #Peppers 
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Those look great.
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It's getting cold out there. Time to pick them while you got them.  

My pepper plants did pretty well this year. I plan on doing some more roasting and dehydrating this weekend. 
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