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Hot-Chee-Mama!

Here’s a news flash gardnin’ tip from your favorite Texas hoer: the big ones are HOT! I’m sure my brother Ken’s mind is racing off in the wrong direction about now, but, hey, what’re you gonna do? Read the rest of this entry »

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Gardnin Tips From a Texas Hoer – Updated

Did I spell that right? Oh, well, y’all know what I mean—or soon will.

I told y’all earlier this week about pickin’ that first tomato, and manwas it good! We’re on our way to Borger, and we left those four you can see in the background of the picture ripening on the vine. They ought to be mighty fine eatin’ when we get back on Sunday! Read the rest of this entry »

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On The Other Hand – A Little Help?

If y’all will look back on that first gardnin story, you will see I never claimed to be an expert in the hoeing department. As hoers go, I consider myself a rank amateur. Rank as in downright, not as in I smell bad. Both, I reckon, would be a matter of opinion. Read the rest of this entry »

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Gardnin Tips From a Texas Hoer

Did I spell that right? Oh, well, y’all know what I mean—or soon will.

I just came back in from tending to my tomatoes, and I decided it would be only fair for me to pass along some things I’ve learned about gardnin—growing things. Read the rest of this entry »

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