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Old February 22, 2018   #4
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Twenty years I think. Being three homes ago. Learning curve I suppose. I don't fret about
it much anymore as they do fine with minor attention. Though I did sadly kill a good
healthy batch living in the garage but too close to the door. (same year a garage pipe froze)

I do remember studying/staring and wondering what was going on those many years ago...

One thing I added was window screening cut to fit a bit larger than the bins. I had the outlet
drain constantly clogging the liquid tea spigot. If that makes sense.

I built a heavy marine plywood vented cover to keep critters and our pups out of it. It is outside
spring summer fall, but out of direct sun or they will cook. They slow down consuming in high
heat, and winter cold in the garage.

I think different climates and what we provide will have different experiences/outcomes.
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