I enjoyed your video and what a great looking dog!
Darla - thank you very much. I'm glad you liked watching my video. Please visit again!
HAPPY NEW YEAR EG AND FAMILY!!! And a Happy New Year to good ole Jude too!!!
Happy New Year EG! Jude is so cute. Our last dog (who was half shepard) loved to mouth us too. We did finally break her of it, but oh how she loved it.
The cold frames look great in their spot. They will really come in handy to hardening off all your seedlings this spring. Happy New Year Jeff!
Kate - thanks! Jude is right here beside me now, and asleepDaphne - thanks! I don't think Jude will ever quit doing it..Dan - Thanks! Happy New Year to you, too....I hope the coldframes help me harden the plants off - that's my intentions, anyway.
Looks great. I agree on the placement of the SWCs in the middle to keep from shading them. Speaking of which, you may want to move them a foot farther apart to keep one from shading the other.I assume you did the math for the proper angle of the window for the sun in your area. I did it once for my area but need to do it again if I ever build a real coldframe rather than just lay my windows over my bed.What sort of temperature boost do you get from your frames? My hoop covers don't do well at night but cook in the day.
Sinfonian - As it is, the front CF doesn't shade the one behind it. Angles? I didn't figure any angles for the window pitch - I just built it. hehe...I can get about 50 degrees in difference during sunlight exposure, but nothing at night. I've wintersowed all kinds of things!
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