I went to the local hardware store last week and got this year’s assortment of peppers for the garden. I think I got a little excited. I like to start my peppers a little bit earlier then the rest of the crop to give them a head start before I put them in the ground in early April. I ended up planting 12 varieties for a total of 48 plants. I’m probably going to end up giving some of them away to friends and family.
Anaheim x 4
Banana x 4
Bell (2 varieties) x 6
I took a much needed vacation day on Friday and spent the afternoon at Wakulla Springs State Park and the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge. It was a gorgeous day and I got to see quite a bit of wildlife.
Wakulla Springs is just south of Tallahassee and is home of the worlds largest, deepest fresh water springs. They offer an hour long “Jungle Boat” tour that takes you down the river to see the local fauna. Growing up in Tallahassee, I’ve done the tour several times, but this was
Last night as I was leaving for one of the local pubs to sip some scotch, I opened the humidor, reached in and pulled out a neat little cigar (5” x 48 maybe?). It had one of those “curly heads”, that had been cut down to a nub, and a dark brown, semi oily wrapper. No label what so ever, but I said what the heck and took it for the trip.
It smoked beautifully. It had dark grey, heavy ashes; a smooth - almost refreshing smoke; and a perfectly even burn. I have no idea where it came from,
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Updated 06-26-2008 at 12:25 AM by hex1848