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(7/6/2012 11:37:51 AM)
Like the new family members. You are certainly fast breeders in MN.
May I suggest you turn the ACs right up - roast spuds go down best in really cold weather!. No need for ACs here today it's about 60F and we've had 2.5 ins of rain on a north wind and 82% humidity - truly miserable. Lots of shows cancelled around the country tomorrow
Thinking about the corner wear on your lugs my simple mind thinks it's quite simply corner wear for want of a better term. As the lug penetrates there will be special friction on that corner edge as the lug penetrates the soil - sort of the soil particles grinding round the corner. This would be a greater abrasive effect than further up on the side edge of the lug. Do I make any sense? In my experience all lugs wear like this.
Now back to food again, Malcolm sent us a bag of his Spelt wheat flour via Steve Watts returning from the Carrington rally. Moira got round to a bread bake yesterday and here is the result. I had some for breakfast this morning and it's turned out to be a lovely heavy, moist texture bread which takes a thick covering of butter well!
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