Baymule’s Farm

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I just messed up. What else is new? :lol:
I made pumpkin pie! I had no Thanksgiving, no Thanksgiving dinner or deserts. I came in from therapy and made pumpkin pie. At the 15 minute mark where you turn the heat down, it dawned on me that maybe I didn’t put the sugar in it. Got a spoon, got a little bit. Interesting. No sugar. Not terrible, but not that great. So I coated the top with sugar, then some more with brown sugar. Just took them out of the oven. Sugar is all melty, will have to wait for it to cool. I have 2 cans of Redi-Whip. By golly, I’m gonna have some PIE. :sick
 

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I’ve made worse. The sugar melted and must have permeated the pie enough to make it edible. Plus a generous amount of Redi-Whip’ I’m going back for seconds.
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I just messed up. What else is new? :lol:
I made pumpkin pie! I had no Thanksgiving, no Thanksgiving dinner or deserts. I came in from therapy and made pumpkin pie. At the 15 minute mark where you turn the heat down, it dawned on me that maybe I didn’t put the sugar in it. Got a spoon, got a little bit. Interesting. No sugar. Not terrible, but not that great. So I coated the top with sugar, then some more with brown sugar. Just took them out of the oven. Sugar is all melty, will have to wait for it to cool. I have 2 cans of Redi-Whip. By golly, I’m gonna have some PIE. :sick
My daughter loves pumpkin pie, but can't eat gluten. So she makes the filling and eats it by itself! I would too because I am also a pumpkin pie fan! Thankfully I don't have a gluten allergy! I love putting coconut whipped cream on top! 😋
 

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Ok, if you don’t like my idea, don’t do it.
1). I can’t see a fence so I assume it’s somewhere in that mess? If there is a fence, start spraying CrossBow (there are generics that are $10/gallon cheaper & just as good). It will kill all growing bushes and vines but leave grass untouched-contact killer. Buy concentrate-NEVER BUY READY TO USE.
2). Once dead, remove dead vines and bushes, destroy however you please. Once you see vines coming back, respray. Once cleaned' 1/year will keep it clean.
3). Trees, either talk to guy who sells firewood or leave alone once all limbs that can be reached are taken off-on you side. That way if tree falls weight will pull it toward neighbor since it’s his tree.
 

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Will crossbow kill vegetation when it’s dormant, now?
Does it kill mature trees? There are some I’d like to keep, how far away from “keepers” should I stay?

Yes there is an old barbed wire fence in that mess.

Spray the base? Leaves? Leaves are falling now. I was told to wait until spring, in March, to spray.

Thanks @seedcorn
 

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