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Table a discussion with 'The Book Thief'

Evening Ladies!

Thanks to everyone that took a minute to log on and vote for our upcoming Meet Up. Next Wednesday night, March 13th, we're going to discuss 'The Book Thief' by Markus Zusak. We're headed somewhere old and new to the area. This bar has gone through a few transitions and name changes, however, it was pretty fun the last time I was there with decent food and a great drink selection. Beal's Pickles n Pints is located directly across from Target in Willoughby in the same plaza as Chipotle, Just Add Water scuba and the hardware store.

Please RSVP soon, so I can contact the bar to reserve us a table in the main or side room.

Thanks! Amanda

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  • wendy o

    My boyfriend and I have railroad ties and are going to take a les on the above ground garden as discussed. Need any advice you might have as we are total novices. What a great discussion!!

    March 16, 2013

    • Lise

      I've been told that railroad ties shouldn't be used for vegetable gardens as they have creosote and other chemicals that can leach into the dirt. Better to use untreated wood like pine or cedar.

      March 18, 2013

    • Amanda D.

      We used very old RR ties that were stripped. If you add a barrier layer, you'll be protected from any chemicals leaching into your dirt and it's a great way to block weeds. Our yard was prepped down to the bare ground first. Then we placed RR ties stacked 2 high - 1 wide x 4 long. The first layer of dirt was heavy clay ; about 4 - 5 yards. Then we bought organic worm compost soil to fill it to the brim. The 2nd year, we had to add 2 more yards, especially since we steal garden soil to fill pots. We fertilizer with our own worm composted soil and an organic all purpose NPK from Wood Prairie Farms. Throughout the season, we add in other organic matter depending on the crops.

      March 18, 2013

  • Jill M.

    Really enjoyed the eveing. Thanks Amanda for all the gardening tips and the great book discussion!

    March 17, 2013

  • Debbie

    Very interesting conversation regarding the book, and lots of great gardening tips too! =D All in all, a fun evening with a great group!

    March 15, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Because I joined the group so late I didn't get a chance to buy and read the book. :( I am looking forward to the next book and especially looking forward to meeting everyone!

    March 10, 2013

  • Erica

    Sorry I'm going to miss this one. Would rather eat, drink and discuss with all of you than working in Pitt :(

    1 · March 8, 2013

  • Crystal

    Cool! That will have plenty of easily accessible parking! I'm a happy camper. :)

    March 7, 2013

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