- Sep 4, 2009
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lol yes we have squadrons - actually entire flying wings- of any creature you wish me to send you. For science of course.
Our cold is killing off bugs. Eat your heart out, y'all.
I'm real close to the Gulf Coast. So close that the water keeps the climate really mild in winter. I can grow cabbage over the winter but would expect to struggle if I tried to grow it in the spring. It gets hot so early. When I was in Northwest Arkansas or in northern East Tennessee people grew cabbage and it was fine, but you got it transplanted pretty early. I'm not sure how people in Alabama or Mississippi would do with cabbage. @baymule have you tried cabbage in Texas?(Is cabbage difficult to grow in the South?)
Porto, where this kale soup is common, I guess, is not in the South. It's north of 41° North. That's Wyoming's southern border. It's north of NY City.
(Sshhhh! That's our little secret. Watch me shut that news down ...) Pleasant? Pleasant? You call it pleasant to go from the mid-80's to the low-40's in less than 72 hours? That happened twice in May, last year. Then. It went from the 90's to 40°f within 5 days in early June! Pleasant?!...how much it cools off at night. Again, elevation can play into that. I've lived up north and vacationed up north. Nights can be much more pleasant up there compared to down here.