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Oct 8, 2014 5:48 PM CST
Name: starlight1153 Zone 8a/b
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Since you mentioned the word dog. Has anybody seen Andi? I'm really getting worried about her. It's not like her to go this long without posting. I know last time she posted was Aug 27th. I know she was having problems with getting her landlord to fix her non draining kitchen sink and that the last seen or heard from her.

I am a bit worried. I hope nothing has happened to her or to Winston the Pug. She also up in that area where they looking for that one guy. If anybody sees or hears from her please let me know. I know she has puter problems sometimes too and hoping it just that.

I don't know about some of you,, but I have oodles and oodles of 1, 2 3 and 5 gallon pots all over the place. Figuring out where to stack them is always a problem. I've tried stringing bunches together and hanging from the fence, but the squirrels love to eat the thread and crash them back down to the ground.

A neighbor that was down made a suggestion. Afterward I said Dah.... "Why didn't I think of that." He suggested taking stakes and putting them in the ground and than stacking the pots on top of them. A 4' stake will hold about 50 pots all staked up nice and neat on top of each other.
To save money, cutting down tall bamboo shoots to fit the hole sizes will work too.

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