New man cave!!!!

Discussion in 'General foundry chat' started by DavidF, Jan 26, 2018.

  1. Jason

    Jason Silver Banner Member

    New law this year.. I think you get to keep your tag when ya sell your car. Maybe people complained...
  2. oldironfarmer

    oldironfarmer Silver Banner Member

    I do live in Oklahoma. One expects to see an Oklahoma tag.
  3. Jason

    Jason Silver Banner Member

    Yeah... and I want Indians, buffaloes, and bows and arrows and stuff on it... Not what we have now. (My car is tagged and titled in OK too) Keeps me from screwing with my local inspectors.
  4. DavidF

    DavidF Administrator Staff Member Banner Member

    Well I cant get a tomatoe plant to grow to save my life, but the grape vines are doing well :D
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  5. crazybillybob

    crazybillybob Silver Banner Member

    What type of "tomatoes" are you growing? I thought the type with the this kind of leaves were easy to grow. Where I went to collage every other house had them growing in the basement.

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  6. Tobho Mott

    Tobho Mott Silver Banner Member

    He could maybe grow those "tomatoes" up here... This was recently stuck on the main door of the office building I work in.



  7. DavidF

    DavidF Administrator Staff Member Banner Member

    Ummm, this was the tomatoes that you eat.
  8. Tobho Mott

    Tobho Mott Silver Banner Member

    Sorry for taking a step down the path toward thread derailment... I've not any luck with tomato plants myself either, the slugs seem to like them better than I do; they beat me to them every time. The grapes are looking healthy!

  9. PatJ

    PatJ Silver Banner Member

    I have had my eye on a pygmy goat farm for a while.
    (This is not my photo)

    I also found some incredible miniature braman cows (these may actually be zebus).
    (not my photo)

    And I came close to getting a miniature horse one time.
    It stood about 26 tall at the shoulder.
    (not my photo)

    The mini animals eat far less than the full sized, and are much easier to keep.
    You have to watch them though because people will steal them out of the field.


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