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Old 10-19-2018, 03:17 AM #2611
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glad to see you around, boosh
hope the harvest is going well , how do you feel about this year stash?

i dig it fiddy
ive never ridden in snow but it sounds like fun
try it out on some of the trails you like and see if its for you
i think as long as you are familiar with the terrain it shouldent be that bad, but the snow can hide a lot of stuff so be careful the first few trips out
yeah she has a house in co. springs but she is working in tx right now so they might get a house out there too
we are like best friends and i am looking forward to getting to spend some time with her
she gets in on sunday and my mom is going to pick her up at the airport
but im hoping she will have some time mid week to get together for dinner and maybe hang out next weekend
i will probably get some seeds going next week and am working on a short list of maybes

i got the mrs a bread machine last christmas and it was worth every penny, rocker
you can also use it to just mix up the dough for you and then bake it in the oven yourself, we do that every now and the for things like pizza crust or dinner rolls
i know hodges pretty well brother, i used to live off lake drive when i was younger (that was before they put in the bridge they now have on the 15 side) and me and the mrs ride there every now and then
starting off on that side is good and once you get closer to the lake you will find some decent single track
we usually start off on the SE side and head N then E to hernandez hideaway
hodges is a fun ride and i hope you have a blast; when was the last time you rode,what kind of bike do you have?
im not a raiders fan
i was a chargers fan for over 30y but have a lot of raiders fans for friends
but after the way that d.spanos treated the city of san diego i decided i had enough
i will always love football but im pretty much done with the chargers

hope everyone finishes off their week strong and has great plans for the weekend!
/or not, some of the best weekends are the ones were you have nothing to do and all day to do it!
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Old 10-19-2018, 09:28 PM #2612
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Greetings friends.

I hope everyone is ending their week on a high and has a great weekend comming up!
I had a really nice mtn bike ride this morning and I'm feeling great. My legs are really feeling it after 3 rides in less than a week after a long lay off when it was too wet to ride.
Tonight is a huge game Brewers fans. It's win or go home and nobody wants to go home. My bro and I are cooking up some steaks and going to watch the game very closely. I still have a good feeling about this team. Go brew crew!

@AP. I hope your harvest is a good one brother. I have to hopefully finish up at my friends house this weekend as well. I planted 5 granola funk clones at her house in July and they came down a week ago right before the first hard frost.

@pop_rocks. Winter riding will be diffrent for sure. Around here we don't always get snow but we do always get a lot of cold. I'd think that when the ground freezes traction will be at a premium, especially if it gets snow covered. There will also be frozen puddles of ice and things like that to watch for. It should make for some interesting riding, not as fast but very technical. We shall see.
It's great that you have a good close relationship with your sis. My bro and I use to fight constantly when we were kids but are now like best friends too. Working in Texas sounds like fun. The BBQ brisket in Texas is supposed to be the best anywhere. My wife's brother lived in Texas in the 80's and he really liked it. He had a lot of stories about the trouble they use to get into out there.
Get those seeds popped man! I'm still way behind on getting clones cut for my next flower run and I've got to get a move on.
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Thanks guys! This my first real outdoor grow so any harvet I would consider a plus after the late start and having to use my last 2 seeds as the only genetics on hand.
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Old 10-20-2018, 09:19 AM #2614
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AP- My welcome greeter, cool to see you where I have landed after coming out of the shadows, hope your harvest is plentiful and trichome filled.

Fiddynut- Holy Moley where to begin, what a fun ride this post season is, Just got finished watching game 6, Go Brewers, I got home at the 5th inning, it was in hand but still exciting, your SS, Arcia has a great arm, & Burnes was lights out . You we're so right, the crew produce under pressure. Game 7 will be so intense, can't wait. Way cool you are getting on your bike in the early AM, I love working out/exercising in any form before work, it sets the day in a positive light for me, hope you find that as well. I used to snowshoe the trails in winter that I biked in summer, but fat tire was only a beer back than, lol. I moved back to cali 4 years ago and haven't ridden like I did in Colorado but I have missed it and you have motivated me to get back on 2 wheels.

Poprocks- Am I understanding you right , you lived near Hodges, before the 15 bridge at Hodges? If so, WOW, way old school. I moved here early 90's and my brothers house was just east of the 15 at Hodges, above the mall, back when the water still came west under the 15, we would walk our dogs there. So I have ridden coming from the East before years and towards the marina and Hernandez, but years ago, now I am on the coast, so I am coming from the west and I want to climb the reservoir if I can :-), I have seen the trail head off of Del Dios by the fruit stand, and I have been wanting to try it, so props to Fiddy for the motivation, Sunday it happens, I will report back in. You asked about my bike I have a Gary Fisher Sugar 4 full suspension, I upgraded the front and back derailleur's and shifters to Shimano XTR, it's about 15 years old now, a bit heavy but It's a great fit for me and I love it. As for football, I was a Rams fan as a kid, then they went to St. Louis, Then I move to San Diego in my late 20's, go full in on the Chargers, only to be kicked in teeth by Dean Spanos and NFL once again, So I reclaimed my Sundays, I follow from a distance, all my friends and family have teams, it's in-bedded in our culture but I am free of it. The best ski days I had were during bronco playoff games, seriously, and in So.Cal it will be surf and trail, year round :-)
Thanks to all you guys for welcoming in to this this thread - Have a great Week-end.
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Old 10-20-2018, 03:59 PM #2615
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happening guys!
we are in full weekend mode
it feels like summer outside again with the santa anas, but it gets cool at night
this is one of my favorite times of the year and i hope everyone is having a great fall

i hear you about the fighting fiddy, and me and my sister used to fight when we were kids
as we got older we grew out of it and i became super protective of her, so i would fight her boyfriends
now we are best friends and she is one of the few people in the world i am reallt comfortable around
while we dont always see eye to eye, she will always be my little sister and she is a great sister, friend and parent
it looks like im ogingot be up to no good this weekend so im thinking i will get those seeds poppin next week
plus my t-5 went out so im going to order a new one
so far im looking at that fruity jack, a strain called mkpn* and im kind of thinking i might add another strain to the mix
you know i will keep you posted my man
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happen rocker
while im old scool san diego, im not that old
what i meant the pedesrian bridge that spans hodges, not the 15n freeway
i lved there witha girlfriend and her roommates back when i was going to schoool
i remember when the lake went under the freeway and there was a lot more open space out there
i have a gary fisher mamba, and my buddy has a super old gary fisher hard tail
the geo is kind of roady but its still a sweet bike
that was a good idea to upgrade the derailers, what type trails do you like riding
this is some great mountain biking weather hope you have fun brother

hope everyone has a great weekend!
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Old 10-20-2018, 04:27 PM #2616
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Hello Tribe,
I hope all are well and enjoying the harvest. My Bangi is just starting to sweeten up after 3 weeks in the sealed jar.

Pops I like to plant by the moon signs. Dubi from Ace claims planting in the sign of Libra is best for herbs and starting on a growing moon is best. I plant with those things i n mind when I can. But as Grandaddy said the best sign is you have the seed, the ground is ready and the old tractor was running.

I'm still sucking at growing the Oaxacan I repotted my clones into pure sunshine mix and now I have instead of a dark green claw I have a light green claw.where the Acapulco Gold in the original hot mix is fine I would chuck the whole works but two of the flowering ones are looking awsome at 14 weeks. I think 16 will do it. Two others are still very sparse and just starting to fill in. I think I will keep the clones from three and toss the others. I will let the longest standing ones finish but they may go 20 weeks and thats just too long and they're too finicky

I lost the ballast for the HPS yesterday the plug where the lamp plugs in just melted. I hung one of the cheap walmart led's in there earlier but it dosen't come close to covering. I have another in veg I may move over there and ordered a Ktaxon 1200 watt also using the dual 5watt chips, the two zimtown units seem fine and growth in the one in flower room is good too. I had hoped to do a side by side test of the HPS and led but I ordered the 1200 for less than a ballast, and It could be the bulb took our the ballast so for now its led's and clamp lights.
Pops I am very interested in the fruity jack is that the one you won in the contest?
Fiddy I'll tune in tonight and raise a glass for the brewers
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Greetings friends.

Well Brewers fans it's was a great season and being a few runs in a game 7 away from the WS was an impressive task. While it felt like we were destined to see Milwaukee go to the series this year and it was hard to lose it shows how far this team has come in the last couple years. The Brewers are early in the rebuilding process and will have most of these players again next year to hopefully make another run. I'm already looking forward to spring training.

@rocker. How was your ride brother? I hope all went well. A year ago I was in such bad shape that I would have had a miserable time if I just jumped on a bike and tried to do a proper ride. I needed a few months in the gym working on my legs and cardio before I was in trail ready shape. Just a few months later I'm checking into which classes I should be racing next year. You are so right about morning exercise setting up the day in a great way. I feel that way as well and it also gets the metabolism going first thing for those of us who could stand to loose a pound or two. I'm glad you are motivated to get back out there!

@pop_rocks. I think it's natural to fight with siblings. In evolutionary psychology they talk about siblings in constant competition with each other for resources, be thay attention, food, ect. I think it's also very natural to be protective of them as well. They share out DNA and will help pass it to the next generation. I'm looking forward to seeing why you get popping in your garden.

@Rodehazrd. I have been hearing about the sativas being picky feeders, low yeilding and very slow to finish. Let's hope the smoke is special enough to make up for that. That grow must be a bit frustrating but also a very diffrent experience than your other grows. Life is all about experiences and this might help with future grows.
That sucks about your 1k ballast! I hope your new light outperforms it and runs cooler too. Keep us posted on the 1200!

Jungle update.
It's been way to long since I put up any pics of the jungle so here we go. One of the happy plants in veg and a couple of the flower tent that's getting packed full of buds. Plants in flower showing some deficiencs as mine always seem to but are stacking and gaming weight.
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Is that still the granola funk
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Old 10-23-2018, 12:11 AM #2619
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Hello Monday,


Hope you all had a good week-end, don't know about all your area's, but WOW what a gorgeous week-end, I love fall weather.
Fiddynut - Yes a good run, great season but it never makes coming up a little short an easier to take, and Damn, Boston and LA the two highest payrolls, make it to the WS, bummer. Can't wait for spring training, I love the phrase Pitchers & Catchers report. Glad to hear you have made so much progress getting in shape and onto the bike, good for you man, not many are that motivated, and you should be proud of that accomplishment, and now you are a motivating force. I hit a trail I would see from the road and have wanted to try for the longest time, it was not as tough a climb as I thought, going from a valley trail head up and over the damn to the lake, and a ton of fun, I will definitely do it again. I have been going to an occasional spin class, and swimming a bunch at our local gym, and I could tell it paid off. I didn't have to get off and walk once, it is an awesome feeling to climb a hill all the way up. Oh, and the jungle is looking very nice, good times ahead. Below are a couple pictures from my ride. There is one of a guy fishing from a boat, I took that shot with you in mind. It reminded me of a time I was in Rhinelander many years ago.

Poprocks - After I posted, I reread your post and figured out you meant the pedestrian bridge, lol, ya the 15 was built awhile back. I like single track, not a big down hill guy, but I do like going fast at times, the loose gravel was a bit scary this week-end, if I had gotten out early AM it might have had a little more moisture. I was planning on buying a hardtail when I got this bike, (I rode a Costco special with upgrades for years), I let the guy at the local bike shop talk me into this good deal on last years model, lol. I get home and read online, one nightmare story after another about chain suck issues, and sure enough I had em. I frequent the shop a lot, so I was taking it back often complaining, and when I was out in Colorado I was so frustrated by the chain and shifting issue's I swapped out both derailleurs and the shifters, and so glad I did, now I love my bike as I should. The ride went well, fairly busy, but it was Sunday afternoon, felt great and now I am excited to find more trails near by. I was riding my wife's road bike down on the coast along 101, but scary as hell being with cars, I have been buzzed a few times on the road and so I like trails, and no cars much better. I have posted a couple trail pics, and 1 of my bike. FYI, it was just under 4.5 miles from the fruit stand trail head to the parking lot of Hernandez hide-away, no wallet so I just rode on by, lol. Climb up wasn't nearly as tough as I anticipated.
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