BouldRake wrote: So to keep it cheap, ideally, you want something you can grow yourself. Since you're in Australia, you want something that doesn't require a whole lot of water.
So you're probably looking for a cactus.
Marcel-R6 wrote: Oh yeah kids today look at my country it seems the only interest they have are expensive scooters,friggin phones,clothing.
And all end up with huge money debt before they even reach their twenties...
I was about to volunteer for the job until I read " dinghy"
Hey Bould,Tas and Me in a dinghy How far would we get?
valerie wrote: I had pecan trees at a previous property I owned back in the 90's and I had two large pecan
trees. I would put plastic down and place bricks on the plastic to hold the plastic down. I'd
do that of course, at the time when the pecans were ready to fall. I would then take them to
a Hickman, Ky to a cracker. It was fun to watch them go into the cracker....rather slow process.
I'd have the entire trunk of my car full, the back seat and floor board full of box's of cracked
Fresh walnuts and pecans.....YUM!
This is the place I would take them.....and across the street sat the oldest
african american church in the USA......I heard it burnt down a few years