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Experienced / Re: Anniversary................number 17
« Last post by 2tallbill on Today at 01:05:22 PM »
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Trip Reports / Garden camouflage & RW Texas adventures
« Last post by 2tallbill on Today at 01:02:01 PM »
Camo netting allows air to pass through.

Yes, it does.

It's approximately 10ft by 18ft (3 meters x 5.4)

In this section we have tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, basil, and
various salad ingredients.

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Married / Re: You and your partner together during Covid crisis
« Last post by krimster2 on Today at 12:34:34 PM »
The devaluation of world currencies will cause the price of Bitcoin to rise 50x to 100x in the next five years.

As of this writing, the price of Bitcoin is approaching $11,800, having risen 6% in the last seven days

it’s risen about 270% since March 1

I made a stoopid amount of bitcoin in Russia over the last 3 yrs
first, with mining rigs in Moscow and then south of Irkutsk

then selling up to 6 rigs per month in our compound in siber
getting 10% monthly management and operating fee in bitcoin
ROI 6 months to customer
so in first year, customer gets 2X rig cost in bitcoin, gets 1X next year and so on

then after careful analysis by me and my crew
we leveraged some of our bitcoin
to start the very first anonymous edible cannabis distribution system in Moscva
that became known as the dark web

and all it REALLY was is a way to use drugs to convert dollars, euros, or ru-bley
into bitcoin and then suck up that bitcoin again...

so you play “all ends” in this game my friends
you “swap” your bitcoin for dollars for example
use that those dollars to buy an apartment on the first floor
you can convert into a shop

then someone takes that bitcoin and buys your edibles
so they just turn right around and give you that bitcoin right back
the “velocity” of bitcoin on my exchange is about an hour!
people are buying bitcoin from me to buy edible cannabis from me

and repaying me in real estate AND bitcoin

I only pay taxes if I sell, and I have no intention of selling
I’m building up a “rent portfolio” of properties to be shared by children and grandchildren some day



after careful review of all Russian financial disclosure laws
I found a useful loophole about property purchases based in cash

so...
if you get the seller to accept cash in whatever currency you’re trying to unload
and if he straight deposits this into the bank
then HE is the one who has to write the disclosure
and the origin of “his” money is from “sale of property”

this is how you clean cash in Russia, you buy property
if you’re smart, you buy property that earns you some kinda rent
and then you just keep buying more and more

should you ever want cash you can sell your property
but it’s ALWAYS better to hang on to it
and make improvements to it

 
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Trip Reports / Re: Garden camouflage & RW Texas adventures
« Last post by BillyB on Today at 11:44:28 AM »
I built a wire mesh
above them put what could be described as a camouflage
canopy for the top. It allows some sun and some ventilation.


If it's camo netting, it would be better than visqueen or cloth. I use 40' x 100' visqueen to keep rain off dirt and lots of sandbags are needed to keep it down since the wind will pick it up like a parachute and send it thousands of feet down the road. Camo netting allows air to pass through.
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Trip Reports / Garden camouflage & RW Texas adventures
« Last post by 2tallbill on Today at 10:29:35 AM »
Bill,

If that camo cloth does not work out try looking for "Shade Cloth". It is made to block X% of sun light and is used in gardens and greenhouses.

My apparatus has only been in place for a few days. If it doesn't work, I will
look for what you describe.

Thank you for the tip.
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Trip Reports / Tomato, tahmahto
« Last post by 2tallbill on Today at 10:28:00 AM »
Bill-

Camarillo is huge for tomato crop. They grow them in these rows of massive greenhouses - hot house tomatoes. I don’t know how big of an area you have for your tomato plot but they love humid condition. You can get greenhouses in various sizes and they relatively inexpensive.

Otherwise you can get sheets of 16 mil visqueen for shade. It filters the sun and traps the moisture inside promoting higher level of carbon.

We have many varieties of tomatoes, Mamma from Voronezh gave Angel
Eyes some seeds plus she exchanges seeds with the local Russian girl
network. We bought many varieties on Amazon and she keeps seeds from
the tastiest tomatoes she harvests each year.

I have tried for many years to grow tomatoes myself and have been very
unsuccessful so Angel Eyes is totally in charge. I built the sun screen
apparatus because Angel Eyes would have built something cobbled together
with stuff in our garage, a couple of ropes and it would have blown over
and wrecked the tomatoes the first time the wind blew.

I went to Home Desperate and bought several 8 ft tall steel fence posts
then made a wire net above and then put the canopy on top.

I will have to take photos and post them here.

Udachi!

Bill 

I will take some photos and post them here

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Experienced / Re: Anniversary................number 17
« Last post by Steamer on Today at 09:06:57 AM »
Congrats and wishing you both all the best!
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Trip Reports / Re: Trippin in St Pete
« Last post by GQBlues on Today at 07:47:34 AM »
The garden is still producing tomatoes. We had to build a
cover over the top that lets a little sun in. Apparently in
Texas the heat kills tomatoes. I put 8 ft tall posts around
the tomato portion of our garden and I built a wire mesh
above them put what could be described as a camouflage
canopy for the top. It allows some sun and some ventilation.

Who knows if it will work.

Tomorrow I will be making salsa and Angel Eyes will be canning 
it for me. This year we have a variety of hot peppers that are
ready to be picked and added to the salsa.

Usually I fry, then smoke the hot peppers. It adds a lot of
flavor and I'll take photos tomorrow (hopefully). 

Udachi!

Bill

Bill-

Camarillo is huge for tomato crop. They grow them in these rows of massive greenhouses - hot house tomatoes. I don’t know how big of an area you have for your tomato plot but they love humid condition. You can get greenhouses in various sizes and they relatively inexpensive.

hot houses

Otherwise you can get sheets of 16 mil visqueen for shade. It filters the sun and traps the moisture inside promoting higher level of carbon.
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Experienced / Re: Anniversary................number 17
« Last post by BillyB on Today at 07:38:58 AM »

Thanks for sharing the wonderful news and inspiring others that it's possible to have a long and happy life with an FSU woman!
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Trip Reports / Re: Garden camouflage & RW Texas adventures
« Last post by Brillynt on Today at 06:39:51 AM »
The garden is still producing tomatoes. We had to build a
cover over the top that lets a little sun in. Apparently in
Texas the heat kills tomatoes. I put 8 ft tall posts around
the tomato portion of our garden and I built a wire mesh
above them put what could be described as a camouflage
canopy for the top. It allows some sun and some ventilation.

Who knows if it will work.

Tomorrow I will be making salsa and Angel Eyes will be canning 
it for me. This year we have a variety of hot peppers that are
ready to be picked and added to the salsa.

Usually I fry, then smoke the hot peppers. It adds a lot of
flavor and I'll take photos tomorrow (hopefully). 

Udachi!

Bill

Bill,

If that camo cloth does not work out try looking for "Shade Cloth". It is made to block X% of sun light and is used in gardens and greenhouses.
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