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Streifenhornchen
« Reply #40 on: May 03, 2006 02:17:59 PM »

Where is everyone's stuff? Huh I was so excited to see everything!
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soadchik
« Reply #41 on: May 04, 2006 08:30:44 AM »

I recieved from jillybrat!! Smiley  I'll post pics tonight when I get home from work!
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« Reply #42 on: May 04, 2006 12:27:45 PM »

I'm sooo glad you received your parcel soadchik....now i just hope you like it..
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« Reply #43 on: May 04, 2006 01:55:40 PM »

All right, Sharc's been pretty busy, so I figured I'd post pics of what I sent her.

Stuff:

Yeah.  So there was a woodburned box, marble magnets, a moose T shirt, a souvenir pin, keychain, and sticker, some blueberry jam, maple syrup, and maple candy, plus a Hannaford dark chocolate bar, a bottle of Poland Spring water, and a small book of facts about Maine, recipes, and famous people.  (Did you know Patrick Dempsey is from Maine?)  lol

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soadchik
« Reply #44 on: May 04, 2006 06:08:14 PM »



Here's my package from jilybrat!! Smiley  She tried to send me the beach, but sadly it broke  Sad  But I did manage to get out some of the shells and a cool piece of coal (she says it's all over the beach where she is).  My little sister collects shells, so she's already trying to steal them from me.  Tongue  I got a cape breton magnet, a bunch of postcards, and some really cool pictures of the beach.  I also got some keychains and CDs of local bands.  She also made me a really cool wallet from her tartan colors! Smiley  It kind of matches the purse I take to concerts & shows, so that rocks.  She also made a really cute hemp necklace.

Thanks jilybrat!  Smiley  The package was really cool!  My husband wishes he could go there and fish after he's seen all the pictures of the area.
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« Reply #45 on: May 11, 2006 06:13:35 AM »

Where is everyone?  This swap got quiet!
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« Reply #46 on: May 11, 2006 06:26:43 AM »

We had kudzu in South Carolina, too. I guess they still do, I just don't live there anymore. They (meaning state agriculture agencies) used to spray it with chemicals and gasoline when I was younger to try to kill it... I've always wanted to try kudzu jelly, and now I want to try muscadine jelly! Mmmm... muscadines...

We have kudzu here in Tallahassee Florida too. Know how they keep it under control?Huh Goats! Yup, Goats! They bring in a heard of goats and have them eat it! I swear I could not make this stuff up! The city bought a heard of goats and just moves them around the city eating up the kudzu! It is the craziest thing you have ever seen! But it is good for the environment and good for the goats so it is a win win.

I totally forgot about the kudzu eating goats until I read these posts about kudzu. I should have included something about them in my craft your city swap package!
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« Reply #47 on: May 11, 2006 09:33:58 AM »

I love the wallet!  That's a great package!  I recieved the other part(!) of my package from Sharc a couple of days ago:  Cookbooks!  One for the kids, along with a nutrition activity book, and one for me!!

Thanks, Sharc!!
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« Reply #48 on: May 11, 2006 12:15:40 PM »

We had kudzu in South Carolina, too. I guess they still do, I just don't live there anymore. They (meaning state agriculture agencies) used to spray it with chemicals and gasoline when I was younger to try to kill it... I've always wanted to try kudzu jelly, and now I want to try muscadine jelly! Mmmm... muscadines...

We have kudzu here in Tallahassee Florida too. Know how they keep it under control?Huh Goats! Yup, Goats! They bring in a heard of goats and have them eat it! I swear I could not make this stuff up! The city bought a heard of goats and just moves them around the city eating up the kudzu! It is the craziest thing you have ever seen! But it is good for the environment and good for the goats so it is a win win.

I totally forgot about the kudzu eating goats until I read these posts about kudzu. I should have included something about them in my craft your city swap package!

Calif uses goats for brush control also - while they don't have kudzu they do have terrible wild fires - the goats help keep the brush under control.

Every so often on the goat lists I'm on they (texas peoples) start talking about growing it as a cheap feed, everyone that has it growing out of control in their state all say NO NO NO don't even try to grow it - if you start growing it you can't get rid of it - it grows by the foot during the summer I've heard. And yes a win win for the goats and the environment - goats leave behind by products <G> and their hoofs don't tear up the the soil like trucks and people would.
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« Reply #49 on: May 11, 2006 12:49:05 PM »


Calif uses goats for brush control also - while they don't have kudzu they do have terrible wild fires - the goats help keep the brush under control.

I live in california and I didn't know that... well, I knew about the wildfires but not the goats. Rad.
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