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Welcome Squirmy et al

Today by priority mail we received a little bundle of joy, a sack of 2,000 red wigglers. I thought they would be a little more impressive, but they are skinny things and seemed a bit travel-worn. At least two worm books have convinced me that they are crazy for melon rinds, so I made sure their first meal in their new home included plenty. I hope that cheers them up.

Grilling news: I have procured a flimsy screenish thing that sits atop the grill and makes grilling vegetables very simple. The packaging claimed it to be reusable and disposable, but I don't intend to dispose of it until squash season is well behind us.

I haven't made a to-do list all week and it shows. Very unproductive. I'll have to start doing something about that.

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thirdbase
Aug. 13th, 2009 12:04 pm (UTC)
So the worms are not for grilling? You'll have to fatten them up or they'll fall through even the veggie thing
mrz80
Aug. 13th, 2009 03:51 pm (UTC)
Yeah really. If'n yew wuz gonna grill them worms y'll need like a winder screen ta keep 'em from fallin' inta th' charcol!

So you're getting into wormarmfarming are you? suemac had me build her a wooden bin she's gonna use for raising worms. Great way to process your kitchen waste and get great fertilizer for your garden.
koralleen
Aug. 14th, 2009 03:29 am (UTC)
I just have a couple of plastic bins set up, I figured it was worth a shot. I am always looking for interesting things to do with my garbage.

Of course I am going to grill up a handful when thirdbase visits.
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