Growing on company owned land?

Discussion in 'Outdoor Growing' started by Dancing_Bear, Mar 27, 2016.

  1. Dancing_Bear

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    Lol
     
  2. A Gilmore

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    Bear think of it as a medicinal grow for the local community, u should be knighted, keep up the good work!!
     
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  3. Dancing_Bear

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    Thanks dude!
     
  4. Dancing_Bear

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    Just planted the seeds :doublethumbs:
     
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  5. EvilCartman

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    You're gonna make some lil' old ladies very happy.
    Bingo night will never be the same. :D
     
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  6. A Gilmore

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    Go Bear, ..............luv to see pics at a later stage...........& when you have to tend em,,, get one of those electric carts/goffers that sum of our elderly use!!
    Good work
     
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  7. EvilCartman

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    Haha! Yes, gotta blend in. :cool: [​IMG]
     
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  8. Dancing_Bear

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    Because old people ride scooters into the woods :D
     
  9. A Gilmore

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    & you wont have to carry your nutes, thats what them baskets on the front of them scooters is obviously for.......hope its a purple bud, oldies just luv flowers!!
     
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  10. A Gilmore

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    Calling all Bears
    Wondering how this venture is progressing, update please
     
  11. Dancing_Bear

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    Still waiting till I visit again. I don't visit much, so I might not update until fall.
     
  12. Pupp

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    I live in a quiet neighborhood. I bet half the houses have occupants that barely see the light of day unless you happen to see them going to or coming from their cars...

    Yet on a rare occasion I'll actually manage to say hello to one of the neighbors I barely know, and they'll thank me for picking up my dog's shit.

    The moral of the story is that people see things. You think those elderly people don't have anything to do? Your right.. and people of any age just like to poke around when they get bored. Get enough people in a given area and some are guaranteed to be bird watchers or nature lovers....
     
  13. Dancing_Bear

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    I can't post a picture until Thanksgiving, when I visit them again.
    Sorry everyone.
     
  14. Dancing_Bear

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    If you're saying people like to go out there, there's 2 families with some grandkids that stop by the lake. The people that live there are in their late 70's, early 80's. Some of them are even gravely sick. I don't think a lot of people will go there.
     
  15. EvilCartman

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    So, how was dinner? :)
     
  16. Dancing_Bear

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    Well, we had thanksgiving at my house instead. I think the plants had died far before, there was plenty of frost. But, yeah, thanksgiving was pretty good.
     

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