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first cut alfalfa

The Field Lab - Sat, 2017/04/29 - 4:37pm
Ben's "dealer" in Alpine just got a new load of alfalfa in last week and posted a picture of it on Facebook.  Ben sent me up there today to grab a few bales.  62,75,65,0,W
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a friday night film

The Field Lab - Fri, 2017/04/28 - 2:53pm

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skin pinned

The Field Lab - Thu, 2017/04/27 - 5:56pm
Pinned the rattlesnake skin (scales down) to dry after soaking in the tanning solution for 6 days.  92,95,53,0,B
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twenty years later...

The Field Lab - Wed, 2017/04/26 - 3:51pm
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Meade LX90

The Field Lab - Tue, 2017/04/25 - 4:07pm













It has been a little over 5 years since the last time I broke out the ol' telescope.  I bought this about 13 years ago and have barely used it.  Bound to be something good I can do with it for a YouTube video.  Just got the parts I need to mount my Canon T3i to it...but it looks like I have some cleaning to do before I try some deep space imaging.  95,97,75,0,B
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a monday matinee...

The Field Lab - Mon, 2017/04/24 - 11:30am

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seeds

The Field Lab - Sun, 2017/04/23 - 2:35pm
James 3:14 But if ye have bitter envying and strife in your hearts, glory not, and lie not against the truth.  15 This wisdom descendeth not from above, but is earthly, sensual, devilish.  16 For where envying and strife is, there is confusion and every evil work.  17 But the wisdom that is from above is first pure, then peaceable, gentle, and easy to be intreated, full of mercy and good fruits, without partiality, and without hypocrisy.  18 And the fruit of righteousness is sown in peace of them that make peace.
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wintab

The Field Lab - Sat, 2017/04/22 - 2:11pm
So I fought with the new borescope and my little Samsung tablet computer for a couple of hours.  Ultimately it turned out my tablet is one of the few models that simply won't work with the scope.  I was able to get it to work with my PC but that doesn't do me much good out in the field.  Now I could have just returned it but I am determined to use it for looking into tiny places.  So what did I do?...bought another tablet.  Found a pretty good deal on an eight inch tablet that runs Windows 10 instead of Android ($87.99 including 2nd day shipping).  Downloaded some free recording software and everything is a go now.  Disclaimer: This is just the tablet's home screen wallpaper - not an endoscopic view of a tiny miraculous underworld at TFL.  72,75,60,0,W
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a friday night film

The Field Lab - Fri, 2017/04/21 - 4:32pm

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the good tripod

The Field Lab - Thu, 2017/04/20 - 4:43pm
Been fighting with 3 cheap broken down tripods for years.  These were about 20 bucks each at Walmart and the heads are either stripped or at least a leg or two has to be held in place with duct tape.  Finally upgraded to a Zomei - the illegitimate (and much cheaper) cousin of the Gitzo...which was the workhorse in the industry for this type of tripod back in my photo days.  Note: A Gitzo tripod with a ball head costs almost $1000.  94,97,59,0,C
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what is it?

The Field Lab - Wed, 2017/04/19 - 6:37pm
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almost...

The Field Lab - Tue, 2017/04/18 - 2:53pm
Was really hoping for a gusher yesterday afternoon.  Even had my GoPro set up down in the canyon to catch the flash.  Nice big red blob on the doppler radar was heading right for me out of the north and then it wimped out.  Storms come and go pretty quickly out here.  89,92,54,0,B
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a monday matinee...

The Field Lab - Mon, 2017/04/17 - 10:05am

76,86,55, .04",B
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Attention: Check Class Availability

Home Grown New Mexico - Mon, 2017/04/17 - 5:01am

It has recently come to our attention that some of the classes being offered by us were closing early before they filled up through our EVENTBRITE registration. That glitch has been fixed. Many classes still have openings.

Check in the CLASSES/EVENTS SECTION for details or go to the top of the website for availability and sign-up! The following classes still have these openings for people to register. Don’t wait as classes fill up fast.

CLASS
Veggiekraut & Curtido Workshop-April 23
Available openings—2

Warm Season Heirloom Vegetable Gardening-May 7
Available openings—15

Zuni Bowls-May 21
Available openings—11

Artisan Vinegars-June 4
Available openings—2

Cheesemaking: French Chevre-June 25
Sold out-
Waitlist available-be ready to come at the last-minute

Organic Pest Control in the Vegetable Garden-July 9
Available openings—20

Grow More in Less Space with Square Foot Gardening-July 23
Available openings—20

Kitchen Garden & Coop Tour-August 6
open to everyone

Small Fruit Perennial Gardening: Berries, Grapes & More! Aug 27
Available openings—15

Cheesemaking: Mozzarella-Sept 10
Available openings—2

Culinary Herbs in the Garden & Kitchen-Sept 24
Available openings—15

Fall Harvest Potluck-Oct 1
Available openings—35


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Warm and fuzzy?

The Field Lab - Sun, 2017/04/16 - 2:27pm
Want to teach your children about Easter?  1.  Skip the bunnies and eggs and first teach them about what Christ had to endure - crucifixion was a grotesquely cruel form of execution.  2.  The day of His resurrection represents the hope He gave every single person who lives on the planet - since that time and forever in the future.  3.  The gift offered through this incredible sacrifice and unimaginable suffering is only available to those who open their hearts to Him.  4.  Teach them this verse.
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How I know George...

The Field Lab - Sat, 2017/04/15 - 5:33pm
Little George is still thriving and no longer the smallest bunny in the bunch.  He recently learned that Ben's range cubes are pretty tasty.  Still not in to cuddling - but he comes when I call him.  Aside from that - I can tell him apart from all the other bunnies out here because he has a tiny notch in his ear.  Not sure how he got it but he may have gotten nibbled on by one of the bigger kids.  I first noticed it about a week after his release.  84,88,63,0,B
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a friday night film

The Field Lab - Fri, 2017/04/14 - 2:57pm

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when pigs fly...

The Field Lab - Thu, 2017/04/13 - 2:42pm
Chupa is pretty excited about the next friday night film... 83,85,62, .12",B
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no rain

The Field Lab - Wed, 2017/04/12 - 4:46pm
Still dry as a bone here and the chances of rain look pretty slim.  70,81,61,0,B
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prepping

The Field Lab - Tue, 2017/04/11 - 3:37pm
Storm chances have dwindled...but I am ready.  81,84,64,0,B
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