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  1. Alaskan

    Alaskan's Journal

    So true! I agree!
  2. Alaskan

    Alaskan's Journal

    True! It has been a very long time since we have painted and stained the house... maybe 6 to 10 years...LONG time...
  3. Alaskan

    Margali's Griffin Wood Ranch

    For no blisters... Super tight goatskin gloves... then work gloves over them.... The super tight goatskin gloves act like a callous layer. Back when I was young... and would weekend/occasional warrior at the ranch... they worked perfectly.
  4. Alaskan

    Alaskan's Journal

    Yeah.... just about killed me... We needed 2x 5 gallons of paint, and 3x5 gallons of stain... And we aren't done!!!!! :barnie
  5. Alaskan

    New member

    Howdy and welcome!
  6. Alaskan

    Which breed is right for me?

    X2. Often stables and trainers will know the horses that are available and looking for a new home... AND while know which ones are good for a beginner. Do make sure the horse is fully sound... but there are plenty of older sound hordes.
  7. Alaskan

    Margali's Griffin Wood Ranch

    X2!!!!
  8. Alaskan

    Alaskan's Journal

    $275 for a 5 gallon bucket of stain.
  9. Alaskan

    Alaskan's Journal

    A few things in the greenhouse... I never got to fixing the fence around my garden... it is now mostly sideways or on the ground... so no outside garden.... (well... two weed filled flower gardens...) We DID almost finish the staining and painting of the house and chicken coop! :th Such a...
  10. Alaskan

    Coffee anyone ?

    About like here... for 20 years... you have to call in every night, or once a week after 5.... Do that for a month, then done.
  11. Alaskan

    Alaskan's Journal

    Well... I am continuing to lose weight!!! Hurrah! :weee
  12. Alaskan

    Coffee anyone ?

    X a jillion. A septic system that needs electricity gives me nightmares
  13. Alaskan

    goat has snotty nose

    Snotty nose could be a bunch of things... If he is acting normally, eating and drinking normally... good FAMACHA score... I would keep an eye on it, and hope it goes away. :idunno
  14. Alaskan

    goat has snotty nose

    If he is happy, then I bet that is just a full and active rumen.
  15. Alaskan

    goat has snotty nose

    Forage and dry hay can also get their rumen pretty huge. Is he showing any sogn of discomfort?
  16. Alaskan

    Hello!!

    I loved the Pyrenees we had... but yes, fences are a must.
  17. Alaskan

    Hello!!

    Howdy and welcome! What kind of sheep? Hair or wool? Meat?
  18. Alaskan

    Longtime BYC member and horse owner, sheep newbie

    Howdy and welcome! Nice set of animals! :clap
  19. Alaskan

    hello BackYardHerds

    Howdy and welcome!!
  20. Alaskan

    Preserving Garden Excess for Winter Fodder?

    Frozen works fine, and dried works fine too. It just depends on what it is, how much you have, etc. For drying items... if you live in a hot climate you could toss things up on a tin roof. Something like a window screen will hold small items, and then the window screen, with a second window...
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