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    Quote Originally Posted by Baglady View Post
    ..turn off a/c..says the man who does not live in the South..funny guy!
    I have spent quite a bit of time in places hotter than the south without having A/C. You can get used to being without it the same way you got used to having it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Innkeeper View Post
    I have spent quite a bit of time in places hotter than the south without having A/C. You can get used to being without it the same way you got used to having it.

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    I agree. We never had a air conditioner when we lived in Florida when I was younger. Now as I get older I have gotten accustom to it. Although we just a have window unit now I expect to put central air in soon mostly to help control the humidity

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    Hard frost and snow coming soon here. I'll try covering again, but after this attempt it'll be the end of gardening for me. Actually, I'm surprised the growing season was as long as it was here. It's supposed to get into the teens.

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    Still major heat and major drought at Slippy Lodge. 90's but we're hoping for a reprieve on Monday.

    In 8 years, I cannot remember any deer getting within 100 yards of the house and garden.

    Earlier this summer I noticed a few deer getting close and in the past few weeks more have come within a few yards of my garage. This morning, I noticed deer droppings inside my fence and within 2 feet of one of my raised vegetable beds. The only things that are still living and producing in the garden are Basil, Habaneros and Jalapeno Peppers.

    The Basil is untouched...is it possible that the deer like Hot Peppers? HMMMM?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Innkeeper View Post
    I have spent quite a bit of time in places hotter than the south without having A/C. You can get used to being without it the same way you got used to having it.

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    When I was younger also. I lived in NM without any air too. Now? Heat indexes above 105. It's dangerous. People are dying.
    Being cremated...my last chance for a SMOKING HOT BODY!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shootbrownelk View Post
    Hard frost and snow coming soon here. I'll try covering again, but after this attempt it'll be the end of gardening for me. Actually, I'm surprised the growing season was as long as it was here. It's supposed to get into the teens.
    Looks like we might get our first frost here Saturday night. The forecast is saying in rural areas but there is a possibility of some light winds so we might make it. I will be covering our Tabasco plants as they have a lot of peppers that need to ripen. We picked over 4 lbs last night and there in the smoker now. So we will see how this goes but we still have lots of peppers on the plants and plenty of grape tomatoes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broncosfan View Post
    Looks like we might get our first frost here Saturday night. The forecast is saying in rural areas but there is a possibility of some light winds so we might make it. I will be covering our Tabasco plants as they have a lot of peppers that need to ripen. We picked over 4 lbs last night and there in the smoker now. So we will see how this goes but we still have lots of peppers on the plants and plenty of grape tomatoes.
    I grew Tabasco peppers a couple years ago they are zippy little peppers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawgrider View Post
    I grew Tabasco peppers a couple years ago they are zippy little peppers!
    Yes they are especially for their size. I made the refrigerator hot sauce with them a couple of years ago. The plants are the tallest of all of my pepper plants
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