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Grafting Update
It's  almost been a month since I grafted the tomatoes, we've lost a few, but the survivors are doing well.  If travel plans hadn't interrupted, I'd have grafted a week later, but for my first try, I'm impressed with the results.  Over the years I've learne...
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Marathong 2016
I had the pleasure of working with Frankly Burlesque  at the first annual Marathong of 2016. It was a night of 25 talented acts before a wonderful audience to help the artists by providing video and photographs of their work for future promotion. I was one ...
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Marathong 2016
I had the pleasure to shoot the first annual Marathong, a production put on by Fankly Burlesque . It was a night of 25 acts with MC's, it was a long but very fun night. The purpose was to have a great audience supporting each act while photogs and a videogr...
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Tomato Graft Update
These guys have been grafted ( the ones with the clips) with no light so that they could heal. Obviously the one center right didn't work. We lost two. But the rest are doing well. I added some light to help them grow and I'll post updates on the progress. ...
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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 - a year ago
reviewed a year 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.
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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 - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago