Hi Chris. We find the 'bacon' picture you posted to be inappropriate for 30BaD. It is offensive and disturbing, as expressed by several members. Please refrain from re-posting it, regardless of context.
Chris, I was reading on the forum and came across your comment "Hominidae co-evolved during the Miocene epoch, digesting plants (particularly succulent fruit) best. The Paleolithic era was a window of the past that didn’t change that." I was wondering if you had citations for this. Thanks!
i see you're in jacksonville...i might be moving there in the future...how is the fruit situation? looks like you're growing lots of things. do you guys have good farmer's markets? is foraging fruit a possibility? thanks! -d
hey man hows it going up there in Jax? Im surprised you can grow such a variety of fruit in this area, are they in a green house? it seems to chilly in the winter, all that i have in my yard is an orange tree which are all gone unfortunately.
Welcome to our peaceful, natural, organic acre. It is a combination of diverse, tropical fruit trees, bamboo, sugarcane, and vegetable & herb gardens located in a quiet section of the Redlands.
Climb up and enjoy our custom made, tree-friendly, sweet smelling, cedar tree house and its beautiful view. Sit on our hand-made, coral rock wall that encircles our grotto that steps down to the water-table. Exercise on our outdoor, wooden, fitness station nestled amongst our big avocado trees. Have fun on our giant bamboo see-saw.
Take Eureka Dr to Quail Roost Dr west to Krome Ave (SW 177 Ave)
Make a left and go south on Krome to 224 St (Robbie's Feed Store)
Make a right on SW 224 St (you'll be heading west)
Go 1/2 mile and make a left on SW 182 Ave and go to 22555, the third house on left. It has a red wood entrance fence.
You'll also see the tree house from the road.