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The excavator dug holes, 2/3 humus, 1/3 fertile land. Nothing has ever grown in this place. I must be getting old....
 

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Wow! Very nice.
 
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Привет, Саша, это рядом с твоим домом?
Privet, Sasha, eto ryadom s tvoim domom?
 

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Planning for the future. Very nice.
 

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Looks good. Never heard of that type of oak but hopefully they’ll grow well and produce lots of shade and acorns to populate the area and feed the critters.
 

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Looks good. Never heard of that type of oak but hopefully they’ll grow well and produce lots of shade and acorns to populate the area and feed the critters.
JCamp, Thank you ..... From the Caucasian oak, the French order barrels for aging brandy alcohol.
 

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Привет, Саша, это рядом с твоим домом?
Privet, Sasha, eto ryadom s tvoim domom?
Dick, It's on the way to work. For 38 years (since 84 of the last century) I have been walking along the same road to work. And just now this idea came to mind. LOL... Soil - Thousand-year-old clay, only weeds grow on top.
My house looks like this -
 

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