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Jeanne Wright (106 Pro)
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Done, For Now...
150 lbs of pebbles more, and I'm calling this project temporarily complete. I'd like the rock to be deeper, but its expensive and I'm on a tight budget these days starting up a new business.  Tonight Kyle will help me move the three large planters of bamboo...
150 lbs of pebbles more, and I'm calling this project temporarily complete. I'd like the rock to be deeper, but its expensive and I'm on a tight budget these days starting up a new business.  Tonight Kyle will help me move...
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Today's Work
 I got some of the holes planted today, all are perennial except the spiky grass. 10 more plants to go.  Hardy agave in the foreground. We'll see how hardy it is. The rest are known to be hardy in Boise.
 I got some of the holes planted today, all are perennial except the spiky grass. 10 more plants to go.  Hardy agave in the foreground. We'll see how hardy it is. The rest are known to be hardy in Boise.
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Damned Pinterest
Our entryway "garden" got some attention last year with the bicycle planter. This year I really wanted to redo the entire thing, so I dug out all of the lava rock mulch that was black and looking ratty. We pass by this spot at least twice a day, every day o...
Our entryway "garden" got some attention last year with the bicycle planter. This year I really wanted to redo the entire thing, so I dug out all of the lava rock mulch that was black and looking ratty. We pass by this spo...
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Garden Prep and New Growth
 This entryway bed was pretty much just like this, but with dark lava rock that was getting shabby looking. I dug up the lava rock and screened it since there was a good 3 inches of sand underneath-score!This bed is about 6 feet wide under the  octagonal wi...
 This entryway bed was pretty much just like this, but with dark lava rock that was getting shabby looking. I dug up the lava rock and screened it since there was a good 3 inches of sand underneath-score!This bed is about 6 f...
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Happy Spring!
I have committed the same crime every gardener in history has probably done. I chose a plant and put it in a place where it doesn't belong. I fell in lie with a rhododendron from the local farm and barn store. I bought two at $35 a piece, that is very spend...
I have committed the same crime every gardener in history has probably done. I chose a plant and put it in a place where it doesn't belong. I fell in lie with a rhododendron from the local farm and barn store. I bought two at...
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Frisky Fun
I had the wonderful opportunity last night to bring my camera and a couple lenses to the Red light Variety Show . My friend Emily introduced me to them several years ago. They do a great professional proper burlesque show and I've enjoyed each one I've atte...
I had the wonderful opportunity last night to bring my camera and a couple lenses to the Red light Variety Show. My friend Emily introduced me to them several years ago. They do a great professional proper burlesque show and ...
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Pebbles!

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Progress
I spent the better part of today playing concrete block tetris. My arms and abs are getting a great workout. I always thought that gardening counting toward real exercise wasn't possible. Boy was I wrong. All I need is to construction adhesive landscape fab...
I spent the better part of today playing concrete block tetris. My arms and abs are getting a great workout. I always thought that gardening counting toward real exercise wasn't possible. Boy was I wrong. All I need is to con...
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Three new Plants for Spring
 Double Take ™ Orange Storm Flowering Quince  Helleborus 'Merlin' Hosta 'Blue Angel'
 Double Take ™ Orange Storm Flowering Quince  Helleborus 'Merlin' Hosta 'Blue Angel'
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Yellow Flowers and Dangerous Plants
 The Forsythia is in full bloom. I'm not a big fan of yellow flowers, I'm not sure why, but the forsythias the harbinger of spring inthe inland northwest,so I do love the plant this time of year.  This is the completed rhododendron bed.I added the creeping ...
 The Forsythia is in full bloom. I'm not a big fan of yellow flowers, I'm not sure why, but the forsythias the harbinger of spring inthe inland northwest,so I do love the plant this time of year.  This is the completed rho...
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Red Light Variety Show Part II
This is the last of my photos from the show the other night. I'm a bit slow when going through photos. I took about 400 of them. This number was based on the Classic "I Love Lucy" candy factory scene. That has to be one of my all time favorite Lucy numbers....
This is the last of my photos from the show the other night. I'm a bit slow when going through photos. I took about 400 of them. This number was based on the Classic "I Love Lucy" candy factory scene. That has to be one of my...
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New Year, New Beginnings
106pro.com After over 7 years service the people of Ada County by caring for their dead, I have decided to open the archaeology business back up. It was time to move on, and I just couldn't picture that being "it", just retiring there. I am an adventurer at...
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I've adopted 2 dogs from IHS. The first dog didn't work which broke my heart, but the lady at intake was so sweet while I turned him over in tears sobbing. Our second dog adopted we've had for about a year and 1/2. She isn't without her problems (like all dogs/ children/ family members) but she is a huge part of our family. She was really sick when they picked her up off the streets, so some of her health care had to be done after we took her home. They were awesome and even amputated an infected tail at no cost to us (previously existing problem we hoped would heal). The wait at the clinic can be quite long and that is why I have a separate vet for general visits. But for people needing low cost care, a wait is to be expected. I see a lot of complaints about IHS here are based on costs and have to say that If you are going to own a dog, you better expect to spend a decent amount of money for them. If you can't afford a pet or child, then don't get/have one. It is irresponsible to take on a dependent that you can't provide for.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
I dropped my boxer-american bulldog mix that we've had for a week that came from the Humane Society. I was nervous about leaving her with strangers, but quickly was impressed with their confidence in her. She's not ready to just hang out with the dogs and they have a plan for introducing her so she's not too nervous. I love that I wasn't walking my dog into a room full of strange dogs. The control factor really impressed me.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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I always order sweet and sour the fist time I try a Chinese place. Their Sweet and sour sauce tasted like it comes in an industrial sized bucket with plenty of corn syrup. It had a very strange aftertaste. The actual entree included battered deep fried fatty pork nuggets and generic fried rice. Not a vegetable was to be seen. The egg roll was pretty generic as well. The people there were very nice.
Food: Poor - FairDecor: Poor - FairService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago