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edibleforestguy
edibleforestguy
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RE: Notes from 2 years in Nova Scotia

Our blog, continued. This is the first update to our blog in a year, and we do it from memory. Here is our first go at it, we may add more colour or ...

6 months ago
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Re: Whats the best area to live in Nova Scotia?

The best real estate site is www.viewpoint.ca -- this is because the map shows the actual outline of properties on a map on a ready glance. For exam...

1 year ago
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Re: Notes from 8 years in Nova Scotia

Our blog, continued. 142) This is the first season we are serious about starting seedlings well in advance. Beginning of March is a good time to sta...

1 year ago
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Re: New to this...

I don't have HAM, I find it a gimmick rather than useful, and that's where I stopped in my research some years ago. I may be wrong and change my mind...

1 year ago
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Re: Canned Food After Freeze/Thaw Cycle

We can second this. We stored fish cans in an unheated garage for several years and it took no harm with the temperature extremes.

2 years ago
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Re: 5 gallon pail

Thank you for this detail and it gives us an incentive to likewise try sealing rice in plastic pails the way you did. My lovely wife, who is remarkab...

2 years ago
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Re: Notes from 2 years in Nova Scotia

Our blog, continued: 123) We have spent three weeks on the property in October and November. Getting from Central Canada into New Brunswick was supri...

2 years ago
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Re: Notes from 7 years in Nova Scotia

Hi Clarence. Your point is well taken.

2 years ago
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Re: Notes from 7 years in Nova Scotia

110) This is the first time I write an update from our retreat, rather than from our city home. We are spending a lovely summer here in rural Nova Sc...

2 years ago
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Re: Notes from 7 years in Nova Scotia

Our blog, continued: 93) We have returned from 2+ weeks on our retreat in Nova Scotia to the big city. We had to cross three provincial boundarirites...

2 years ago
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Re: Notes from 2 years in Nova Scotia

Hi Clarence, having NS plates would be perfect. How would I go about getting those?

2 years ago
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Re: Notes from 7 years in Nova Scotia

91) Coronavirus observations. The crisis has shown big holes in our preparedness plan. For one, we are still in the big city rather than on our retr...

2 years ago
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Re: Notes from 2 years in Nova Scotia

Hi Clarence, we do have a winch. It's the Wyeth-Scott manual winch that can pull 12,000 lbs, We prefer this winch as we can mount it front, back, a...

2 years ago
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Re: Notes from 2 years in Nova Scotia

Hello! We went with an LFD Off-road aluminum roof rack. For the hitch basket, we picked the Erickson 07496. It sits reasonably close to the rear bu...

3 years ago
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