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Hoppopotomus 04-19-2012 09:43 PM

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OK.....Sorry about the delay, here are some pics. of the cables, eyebolts, and lag bolt fasteners that secure the aircraft cables. Another couple of pics. of the 2 cables with the 8 rope climbing lines attached (4 to each cable).......kinda hard to see in the pics.


Hoppopotomus 04-19-2012 09:43 PM

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OK.....Sorry about the delay, here are some pics. of the cables, eyebolts, and lag bolt fasteners that secure the aircraft cables. Another couple of pics. of the 2 cables with the 8 rope climbing lines attached (4 to each cable).......kinda hard to see in the pics.


Hoppopotomus 04-19-2012 09:43 PM

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OK.....Sorry about the delay, here are some pics. of the cables, eyebolts, and lag bolt fasteners that secure the aircraft cables. Another couple of pics. of the 2 cables with the 8 rope climbing lines attached (4 to each cable).......kinda hard to see in the pics.


Hoppopotomus 04-19-2012 09:43 PM

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OK.....Sorry about the delay, here are some pics. of the cables, eyebolts, and lag bolt fasteners that secure the aircraft cables. Another couple of pics. of the 2 cables with the 8 rope climbing lines attached (4 to each cable).......kinda hard to see in the pics.


Hoppopotomus 04-19-2012 09:56 PM

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In my 2nd post I described my soil mixture additives and how I prepared the area. Here are a few pics. of the soils/compost/etc. poured into piles, then blended with the existing soils, then mounded back up.....ready for planting.

The prep. work sucked!!!!!!

I sure hope it was worth the effort in a couple of years!


Hoppopotomus 04-19-2012 09:56 PM

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In my 2nd post I described my soil mixture additives and how I prepared the area. Here are a few pics. of the soils/compost/etc. poured into piles, then blended with the existing soils, then mounded back up.....ready for planting.

The prep. work sucked!!!!!!

I sure hope it was worth the effort in a couple of years!


Hoppopotomus 04-19-2012 09:56 PM

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In my 2nd post I described my soil mixture additives and how I prepared the area. Here are a few pics. of the soils/compost/etc. poured into piles, then blended with the existing soils, then mounded back up.....ready for planting.

The prep. work sucked!!!!!!

I sure hope it was worth the effort in a couple of years!


Hoppopotomus 04-19-2012 09:56 PM

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In my 2nd post I described my soil mixture additives and how I prepared the area. Here are a few pics. of the soils/compost/etc. poured into piles, then blended with the existing soils, then mounded back up.....ready for planting.

The prep. work sucked!!!!!!

I sure hope it was worth the effort in a couple of years!


Hoppopotomus 04-19-2012 10:06 PM

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Here are some pics. of a few of the rhizomes going into the ground. I received 5 from Gridlocked (2 Chinooks, 2 Cascades, and 1 Centennial), which I put in planters a week or so ago to get some sprouting underway. Thanks man.....I appreciate it! The other 3 rhizomes from my HBS (1 Hallertau, 1 Columbus, and 1 Glacier) were already sprouting, so I just stored them in the fridge until today. The first pic. is a Columbus, the second pic. is a Glacier, and the third pic. is a Cascade. The final pic is with one rhizome in the ground and the top of the mound dished to collect water. All rhizomes were planted about 4 inches below the surface of the soil. Hopefully I see something coming through the ground in a week or two!!!!!


Hoppopotomus 04-19-2012 10:06 PM

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Here are some pics. of a few of the rhizomes going into the ground. I received 5 from Gridlocked (2 Chinooks, 2 Cascades, and 1 Centennial), which I put in planters a week or so ago to get some sprouting underway. Thanks man.....I appreciate it! The other 3 rhizomes from my HBS (1 Hallertau, 1 Columbus, and 1 Glacier) were already sprouting, so I just stored them in the fridge until today. The first pic. is a Columbus, the second pic. is a Glacier, and the third pic. is a Cascade. The final pic is with one rhizome in the ground and the top of the mound dished to collect water. All rhizomes were planted about 4 inches below the surface of the soil. Hopefully I see something coming through the ground in a week or two!!!!!



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