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Old 07-14-2020, 08:45 PM #4081
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Greetings friends.
I hope everyone had a great weekend. I know I did. I went boating on Saturday after work and brought out a couple peeps from work and we had a nice time. Sunday my bro and I went disc golfing, rode our motorbikes a bit and went down to see some live music. I am really digging this place we've been seeing live music this summer. It's a bar called The Bunker. It's an interesting place, kind of a military theme with 2 full sized planes, 1 attack helicopter, and a big fucken tank on the grounds. It's also a biker bar. And then there are the hippies that show up for the hippie jam band music. Kind of a strange mix of people but it works. Here are a couple pics of the band and the space out back of the bar where they have the music.


@pop_rocks. Don't get me wrong, I love grits with salt pepper and butter, especially if ther is bacon or sausage on the side. But I also like them with cheese and jalapeño or other peppers or with other savory stuff in them too. It's hard to even find grits in the store here and you rarely see them on a menu. Hominey is something they I've heard the name of but don't know anything about. What's it like?
I bet you are getting excited to get through this week and get up,to the mountains. I hope you have great weather and get to get a look through that telescope! I will look up palomar mountan so I've got an idea of where your at.
I hope you had a great weekend too buddy!

@Tonygreen. Thanks for stopping by! I love my gorilla bubble bx1f1 keeper and can't wait to try some other of your handy work. Only problem is it's so skunky and sour that I can't grow it during summer because it stinks up my house so much during the drying that I'm afrade my neighbors can smell it LOL. I hope all is well with you!

@Rodehazrd. Looking great man! I hope we can all be free to grow our herbs without having to worry about the choppers someday.
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Old 07-15-2020, 03:42 AM #4082
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that place looks rad fiddy! nice corsair
/can you get a pic of the chopper and tank next time you stop by?
it looks like a lot of fun
so we arent going camping this weekend after all
the campground notified us this weekend that they are going to be closed for the rest of the year due to covid
it dosent make sense that the governor is closing up campground and open spaces but leaving beaches open
we are looking at our options and might have to just hit up some blm land
still, check out the palomar mt observatory if you can
its a cool spot in the mountains with a great big telescope
unfortunately, its a summer type camp out unless you want to break out your cold weather gear
/it snows up there
i will post up some new pics here of the girls
hope you are having a great day and your week is kicking ass brother
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Old 07-15-2020, 03:51 AM #4083
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Fiddy that's a surreal place for a concert. And the melange of folk warms the soul. Instead of tolerating our differences you seem to revel in them.
I hear you on the smell my RIL is stinking in the veg room. I'll get some pix up soon the roots are out of the bottom of the 3 gal pots and time to go into 7 gal fabrics. I like to repot outside and will get shots then. I have four really stretching out and I had to take off several inches of top to keep them somewhat under control. If one is a male I want to dust my long bottom x skunk and one of the goji f2's.
Yeah man the grit belt starts around the ohio river for me north of there its hash browns.

Pop I only get about 6 good hours the rest is dappled light. I do have my eye on a chestnut oak would add an hour of afternoon sun. Would feed my boiler for a few days too. I am fearful though of some state cops flying up the holler looking for Johny Boone,
I'll likely just settle for what it is.
Stay safe out there among them.
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Old 07-15-2020, 05:38 AM #4084
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what's up everybody, was lucky enough to spend a longer time with my girlfriend last week. We just hung out and watched this series we just got into called Dexter on Netflix. If you guys like the serial killer movies you'll love this series. I need to get my shit together here for next run. I have some beans from a company in Canada named Jakar Genetics that I'm going to be testing. There's a strain called (Purple Ice x GDP) x (Godskunk x The Ox) and another one that's NYC Diesel x (Godskunk x The Ox). They're supposed to be some old school genetics so im excited to see what comes out of those. The garden has exploded again this week and I will have pics up after this post. Didn't do too much this weekend just chilled with the fam and had a little cookout.

@ Fiddy That concert area looks very cool man, good place for everyone to come together and chill out. What kind of motorbike do you have? I've always wanted one but just haven't had the funds. The freedom of riding on two wheels is amazing lol. Glad to see you had a good weekend.

@ pop_rocks That sucks your plans got ruined. I hope they at least made it right with a refund or the option to schedule for next year. most things that the government tells us to do doesn't make any sense lol.

@ Rodehazard those crosses sound nice bro!! hope you can find a nice male.
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Old 07-15-2020, 06:11 AM #4085
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that place looks rad fiddy! nice corsair
/can you get a pic of the chopper and tank next time you stop by?
it looks like a lot of fun
so we arent going camping this weekend after all
the campground notified us this weekend that they are going to be closed for the rest of the year due to covid
it dosent make sense that the governor is closing up campground and open spaces but leaving beaches open
we are looking at our options and might have to just hit up some blm land
still, check out the palomar mt observatory if you can
its a cool spot in the mountains with a great big telescope
unfortunately, its a summer type camp out unless you want to break out your cold weather gear
/it snows up there
i will post up some new pics here of the girls
hope you are having a great day and your week is kicking ass brother
Damn Pop Rocks, that sucks. I guess we got in just under the wire. FUCK NEWSOM. Time to go sign the recall. No ban on protest, but ban everything else. I really doubt people are going to go for it again, especially when you aren't banning the activity that caused the surge (blm protest). I hate this state more everyday.

On a bright note the wife is starting her masters next month. She's going to the University of Arizona online. Kinda cool. My aunt, grandma, and her grandparents live just outside of Tucson. So we should be able to have her walk with her class and have some family there.

. Her grandparents ranch is our bugout, shtf spot. The family has been on the land for 150 years. At one point they had 10 sq. Miles. It's been divided up for the family members who stayed on the property.

I hope you can find a spot to dry camp.

I can't wait for the kids to get a little older, so, we can do some backpacking.
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happening brother! hope you guys had a great trip p'man
we totally missed out on our camping trip
the boy just got back from camping at a place closer to home with his friends (dos picos) and we were all excited about heading out together tp palomar
im kind of with you and say #f'newsom
he hasnt handled the pandemic well and its hurting the state more and more every week
but lets keep the beaches open and let people flaunt the mask requirements
good on your wife for continuing her education and i hope she does well
it seems like more and more classes are going online but it would be fun for you guys to take a trip out to the zone' for her graduation
that sounds like a nice place to bug out to
with that much land you can situate things to your advantage plus it wouldent be hard to be self sufficient

happening doh
sounds like you had a fun weekend
its tough being in a long distance relationship but you make the most of the time you have
sounds like you are building quite the little arsenal of sees there
what do you think you are going to run with on your next grow

happening rhode! hope you are doing well on your end too brother
have you grown in this spot before? it looks improved with the terraces cut into the hill so it might be worth cutting down the tree; but if it opens up major sight lines it might not be worth it
nice and low is the way to go and its not about the buds you could have harvest
stay safe friend
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Old 07-15-2020, 06:07 PM #4087
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so i was able to visit with my friend and check out the plants last week
so the one we thought was a male (plant#3) is looking very manish but the second one might not be a male after all
/just a leggier female
i will make the final call here soon and have to get the plants i have under a t-5 over to his house soon
buckle up and enjoy the ride

here is the group shot


and plant #1
/most likely female


here is plant #2


and this is plant #3, most likely male


we are sticking to the idea of saving some pollen from this guy if it is a male
i dont know if we will use it this year, but i am thinking of firing up the lights again this off season so i could always do a seed run or something like that over the fall/winter
we will see what we decide , ill heading over later this week

hope everyone is having a great week and getting the most out of their summer days!
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Greetings friends.
Happy hump day!

@pop_rocks. It's an interesting place to say the least. Inside the walls are covered with other war memorabilia like rocket launchers and machine guns. I will get a pic of the chopper and tank next time.
That's such a let down about your camping trip. I hope you find an alternate location or do day trips to the aria instead. There are some very strange decisions being made these days and I doubt that our safety is the primary concern. It seems that there are lots of over reactions and some under reactions but not much common sense. I guess the world has been headed that directly for a bit now and maybe it shouldn't be a surprise. Are private campgrounds closed too?
Your plants are looking great! They look like they are preying and very happy. They are going to be some tall and bushy ladys! Even if #3 is a boy two out of three isn't bad as they say. Love the color too are you feeding them much?
I hope your having a good week so far!

@Rodehazrd. It's a strange place for hippie jam music for sure but it works. And if you didn't know and just pulled up to the place it would be really intimidating, with all the war memorabilia and sometimes as many as 100 bikes out front and bikers all over the place. But again somehow it works and we all get along just fine. It's fun to revel in our differences from time to time and find we have much more in common.
If your RIL is loud in veg I can't wait to hear how much she stinks in late flower. My GB makes a little noise in veg but really stinks at the end. It's not a big deal while she is in the tent because the carbon filter keeps it under control but at harvest it really stinks up the house and even permeates outside. Your idea to hit the LBL X skunk and the goji sounds like a great one. I hope you get a nice aggressive male to make those crosses.
I'm glad things are going well for you and I hope your garden is having its best year yet!

@DoloDankness. I glad you got to spend extra time with your lady last week. You never know how much time you have with someone and your only young once so spend as much time as you can. I haven't seen Dexter but I think I've seen previews of it and it looked like something I'd like.
Those new genetics sound great. I've only heard of the NYC diesel and the GDP but both of those are pretty old school. Keep us posted!
I've had many, many bikes over the years. Everything from old 70's enduros like Yamaha DT's and Suzuki TS's to sport bikes like CBR's and GSXR's to sport touring bikes like Honda ST 11 & 1300's and Yamaha FJR's and even some motor cross and supermoto bikes. I've been riding since I was just a few years old and I've worked in the bike industry for most of my adult life. My advise is to try riding if you think you might like it, but I'd start off road if I were you because the cars on the road will run you over or pull out right in front of you and wreck your day.

@Packerfan. It's funny that you guys mention Gavin Newsom, he was a young politician in San Fran when I lived in the bay aria. You could tell back then that he was a pro, never a hair out of place of a word misspoke. Those career politicians are the most disconnected out there. Never had to work a day and been part of the elite their whole lives. I hope you guys can push back from the powers that be but I know that's not an easy task. It's become so political and common sense is out the window. I really hope this dosent go on for the next year or years.
I'm glad you got your trip in and I hope you had a great time!
Like pop said continuing education is a great thing and I hope your wife makes quick work of the program.
That family place out in AZ sounds great.
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sounds like a fun place f'nut and it looks like a good venue for local music
the governor has totally dropped the ball as far as this covid thing goes here in california and its become a real shit show
this will most likely be the last straw for a lot of smaller/ med sized businesses and the reaction has only made it worse
so far i haven had to amend the feedings for the plants
we used a really good soil that i started last year and it should be enough to get them through a few more weeks of vigorous growth
/i will probably top dress with some worm casting here at some point
i still need to get in there and trim up the bottom and get some stakes in for added support
hope you are having a great week too brother
got any plans for the weekend?
im heading over to my buddies place tomorrow and will be bringing a few more plants over
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sounds like a fun place f'nut and it looks like a good venue for local music
the governor has totally dropped the ball as far as this covid thing goes here in california and its become a real shit show
this will most likely be the last straw for a lot of smaller/ med sized businesses and the reaction has only made it worse
so far i haven had to amend the feedings for the plants
we used a really good soil that i started last year and it should be enough to get them through a few more weeks of vigorous growth
/i will probably top dress with some worm casting here at some point
i still need to get in there and trim up the bottom and get some stakes in for added support
hope you are having a great week too brother
got any plans for the weekend?
im heading over to my buddies place tomorrow and will be bringing a few more plants over
Hey Pop Rocks,

Check out recreation.gov. I believe the campgrounds under the feds are still open. You might be able to find somewhere to go camp.
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