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More mulch

 truck load of mulch close up

Dropped off the rental chipper bright and early today in Kingsport which happens to be down the road from the Mulch store.

We bought 2 cubic yards of double ground, slightly aged mulch for 48 bucks.

Anna got a bit weak in the knees from her first handful and sniff not unlike the reaction you see when a wine expert gets his or her hands on a glass of 1943 Chateau Picard.

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I must confess....I made up that vintage and have only once had a bottle of wine that cost more than a haircut.
Comment by mark Mon Mar 8 15:55:24 2010
I am not sure wine is the right drug to compare to anyway..
Comment by Anonymous Mon Mar 8 18:00:13 2010
What would you suggest? You find me a drug that matches up to the appeal of mulch and I might stop being a teetotaler. :-)
Comment by anna Mon Mar 8 18:47:02 2010
Comment by Rebecca M Mon Mar 8 20:03:21 2010
Ah, well, yes...that is my drug of choice. :-)
Comment by anna Tue Mar 9 06:28:02 2010
I seem to remember that one year all my mom wanted for her birthday was mulch...and boy, did she get excited when she got it!
Comment by Jennifer Tue Mar 9 13:29:33 2010
That would be an awesome birthday present! :-)
Comment by anna Tue Mar 9 17:52:23 2010

One very unique homestead, $1,500 per acre, the opportunity of a lifetime