Very glad to hear that Shed. Its a popular one for sure in my crowd. Its off the shelves real quick.Two likes, two replies...excellent!
I think @DonkeyDick is still with us, but I did know the seed was not going to make it topside after all this time. I have to say I was surprised it even had a tail though.
I'm waiting for new DDA seeds in the mail, so two of those will get dropped as soon as they arrive. And my wife is enjoying the uncured DTF so much (thank you @Van Stank!) that I may grow out one of my monstercrop clones and flower it with the autos. Or add it to the winter grow dropping in December.
Thanks CraZy! Its definitely the nicest one we have grown....at least from girth perspective. I would have to defer to the Stankberry colas for length and the Northern Lights Colas in the POTM for a combo of length and girth.
Congrats Stank! That's the most beautiful cola I have seen for a long time!
I can't count the number of times I've pulled a quote of hers and not heard from her...hence my surprise at her appearance!Your quote would have called her out
Super glad to hear that the lovely lady of the house has great sativa flower in her pipe! All is well
Thanking thee kindly mr.Stank as I'm a sucker for good fantasy just googled Salvatore so off book shopping I go, and good morning you.Well I read the first 8 or so books from him in his series and then just felt like he was bogging down and not going anywhere with the story line. Then the nerve of him to die with his story unfinished....sheesh. I loved it for the first 6 or 7 books though. And for anyone not familiar with Robert Jordan's books.....they aren't for the feint of heart....900-1200 pages is not unusual for a novel of his.
But seriously if you have any enjoyment of Fantasy, I can't recommend Salvatore enough. His description of sword combat is second to none. He builds amazing depth of characters for a fantasy genre as well. If you ever decide to read him, let me know, I can send you the books and give you the recommended reading sequence.
Its funny, his main series he got famous for was never meant to go the way it did. Book 4 was written first, followed by 5, and 6. It was in that book 4 to book 5 timeline he decided to switch the main character from the human barbarian to the Drow Elf. He got so much intrigue into the background on the "new" main character, he had to go back and write the background on him.....i.e. Book 1, 2, and 3. Books 1,2, and 3 while great, are very difficult to read due to the trying to figure out how to pronounce a lot of the names names (I have always appreciated authors that include a glossary/appendix that includes correct annunciation) . But once you are hooked, man you are hooked. I remember reading a book a day and running to Barnes and Noble looking for the next one in the series.