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Didn't finish the garden yesterday, I get it done today. Going for my second cup of coffee. Hope everyone has a great day!
 

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I slept late again. Doing coffee now and it's good! Really overcast again today...more rain possible. Hope not as much as yesterday. It's peanut harvest time here and farmers are concerned. Turkey and deer are loving the nuts! Flocks of geese are starting to move. With our crops and waterways, we have a lot of overnight rest and forage drop-ins. Corn and p-nuts, yum, yum!

Nothing much planned. I'll clear that dining room table today....cook a "pot" of something....another do it as it comes day. 😏
 

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Gonna start dh coffee in a minute... baby decided to play jump on and off mommies tail bone and lets just say the fun isnt mutual. So far feeling pretty good other wise woke up stuff now cleared up and coughing alot less so i am happy. Midwife says i should test negative by now basised on when my symptoms started so should be good for a home birth which makes me thrilled. Need to carpet clean and organize the house some along with spraying germ kill everywhere then i feel better about popping. Should be fun getting closer i would like baby to wait until after wensday as my midwife isnt feeling well and wont be back until then. They have others standing by but still i like her the other two i dont know.
 

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Morning all, slept in today. Coffee was just made, cleaning just finished, just homework, Walmart, and hopefully halter breaking a lamb today for class. Might try and go see some colors and enjoy being outside before a storm hits tonight.
 

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Hey, found a couch in here!! 🤫 think there's a table in the dining area....turned storage area.
You sure you aren't in my house??

It's peanut harvest time here and farmers are concerned. Turkey and deer are loving the nuts!
OK, knowing little about peanuts other than I can buy them at the grocery store ...
I thought they grew underground. Do the turkeys and deer know they are there and dig them up??
 

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Afternoon update> Girl's were runner ups for their softball tournament! Pretty good considering they were seated in the 3rd place. They lost the championship by 1. My girls played well and DD1 had an awesome game in the first game, made a catch that turned the game around so that they came back from losing. It was a fun day. We then got some pumpkins picked out and then had supper at a local campground with some church friends, DS was camping there with the youth group.
Today we got the rabbit cages cleaned and still need to finish those apples, may do that tomorrow. DH is going to clean the shotguns as we're hoping to get some clay shooting in.
 

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OK, knowing little about peanuts other than I can buy them at the grocery store ...
I thought they grew underground. Do the turkeys and deer know they are there and dig them up??
Yes, they grow underground. When time to harvest, they go thru with an implement on the tractor that scoops the plant out by the roots, flipping it out and over. The roots and attached peanuts are then up and exposed to dry out some.. a few days later they come thru and lift those, taking the pnut, discarding plant. The plant is quite often then sweep up and roll baled for a forage crop...mostly for cattle. But in these processes, some p-nuts are lost in the field. Lots of protein in the nut and the shells, vines. Wildlife scavengers eat ok.
 
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