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    No Peyote (Lophophora williamsii) but a specie of...

    No Peyote (Lophophora williamsii) but a specie of the Astrophytum genus. Probably Astrophytum asterias.
  2. Thread: Tearjerkers

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    A few more: https://youtu.be/QJX-nnCjoUM ...

    A few more:


    https://youtu.be/QJX-nnCjoUM Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJX-nnCjoUM



    https://youtu.be/MbnrdCS57d0 Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MbnrdCS57d0
  3. Thread: Tearjerkers

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    https://youtu.be/MWCUh6tf7PA Patsy Cline....

    https://youtu.be/MWCUh6tf7PA


    Patsy Cline. The Queen of tearjerkers. No idea if I'm following the right procedure to post a video but if it doesn't show up here just follow this link:...
  4. Okay memba's, entry nr. 2 is on the map, a...

    Okay memba's, entry nr. 2 is on the map, a "Forbeswood Heights"; can't find this name in the member list, also can not link this name to a poster in this thread, but the map works. No real names and...
  5. Okay, version 2.0 Link:...

    Okay, version 2.0

    Link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1-rx5fWwoGJmwNW8q_z6lTRW7mDzcGXP3&usp=sharing

    Can somebody add his/her name, location and possible an avatar or other picture so I can...
  6. Sorry, didn't realise I really have to give...

    Sorry, didn't realise I really have to give access to other people. Thought that the map was accessible to everyone. Yes, names and email adresses might be a problem for people. Let me have a look...
  7. ^ It's not 'my' map, it's Google's... feel free...

    ^ It's not 'my' map, it's Google's... feel free to add, change and whatever. :)
  8. That map you're making is going to be a real mess...

    That map you're making is going to be a real mess soon, PH, with all those avatars connected to places on the map. Thailand will soon look like a spiderweb and the underlying map wil be hidden. As...
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    Most likely Cochlospermum religiosum, very easy...

    Most likely Cochlospermum religiosum, very easy to propagate by taking big cuttings (the wood itself is as yellow as the flowers after cutting). Flowers in january and february. My garden is yellow...
  10. Thread: Garden Sheds

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    Lots of plans of garden sheds in the "Black &...

    Lots of plans of garden sheds in the "Black & Decker | the complete guide to sheds | 3rd edition" Can be found and borrowed here (scroll down, 6th line from the bottom):...
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    Dutch passport here but these days more like a...

    Dutch passport here but these days more like a tourist in the Netherlands, na khrap....


    Yes, he’s drafted into the military, as a normal conscript and had to report on the 2nd of April 1952, at...
  12. This is maybe why? Onions grown from last...

    This is maybe why?

    Onions grown from last harvest’ bulblets somewhere between 25 and 40 days.
    Onions grown from seed take longer, about 6 months. Some onions take longer but never longer than 2...
  13. This is a link to a torrent with several books...

    This is a link to a torrent with several books about the idiot. Select the ones you want, or take all and read......
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    If you can't find any original Honda or similar...

    If you can't find any original Honda or similar sized non-Honda blades, go to a well-stocked hardware store and buy yourself a quality steel Brush cutter blade, flat type, 14 or 16 inches long....
  15. Thread: Stung!

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    Doc leaves = Rumex obtusifolius...

    Doc leaves = Rumex obtusifolius?
  16. Thread: Stung!

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    Stinging or common nettle (Urtica dioica) is, I...

    Stinging or common nettle (Urtica dioica) is, I believe, native to Europe and a few African countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea.

    Thailand has another nasty family member; the Dendrocnide...
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    Human. Start with the well-fed neighbours, slowly...

    Human. Start with the well-fed neighbours, slowly thereafter extend up to the periphery of the mooban.
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    I think it's ชะมดต้น Drop that into Google...

    I think it's ชะมดต้น

    Drop that into Google and you get a few link to Thai herbs, pharmacie websites and some info on a Wikipedia page:...
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    Are we talking about Abelmoschus manihot ? If...

    Are we talking about Abelmoschus manihot ?

    If so, you might not recognise the local variety as A. manihot leaves come in various sizes and shapes. Also the shades of green can be very different...
  20. Thread: words I hate

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    Basically So anyway Without further ado

    Basically

    So anyway

    Without further ado
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    Yep, do like Like Luigi said! First fill up the...

    Yep, do like Like Luigi said! First fill up the old Africa Twin and explore all those unpaved roads within a 1000 km. radius from Chiang Rai.

    When too cold or wet here, move base camp temporarily...
  22. Thread: Jodie

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    This too... ...

    This too...

    https://teakdoor.com/Gallery/albums/userpics/30705/SZS___Noon___Podcasts.png
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    https://teakdoor.com/Gallery/albums/userpics/30705/...

    https://teakdoor.com/Gallery/albums/userpics/30705/chindogu-noodle-fan.jpg

    Google the word "Chindogu" and see some funny "useless inventions".
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    Yes, but they're all born with a bicycle bar in...

    Yes, but they're all born with a bicycle bar in their hands, left-wingish and a horrible English accent. :rolleyes:

    http://vimeo.com/76207227
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    https://teakdoor.com/Gallery/albums/userpics/30705/...

    https://teakdoor.com/Gallery/albums/userpics/30705/Christmas-card-2015-TD_01.png
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    Hope you speak a mouthful of Portuguese and...

    Hope you speak a mouthful of Portuguese and Makhuwa, then! :) Merry Christmas, PH and family!

    https://teakdoor.com/Gallery/albums/userpics/30705/New-Mozambique_03.png
  27. Thread: Watering trees

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    Don't. If they're well established mature...

    Don't. If they're well established mature (fruit-bearing) trees their wide-spread root system will pick up enough moisture and nutrients to survive the season.

    If you just planted seedlings or...
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    I'll bet your wife and daughter(-s) wanted the...

    I'll bet your wife and daughter(-s) wanted the ride in a less frivolous one, but then they saw the disappointment on your face.
    https://teakdoor.com/images/imported/2015/11/1369.jpg
  29. Thread: Tree cuttings

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    ... whereas olive trees need to be planted on a...

    ... whereas olive trees need to be planted on a slope or into very good draining soil. And patience, a lot of patience is needed as is takes long ( 15 to 25 years) before it bears fruits.

    Olive...
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    Sticky: Or, if really in the wild: Solanum trilobatum? ...

    Or, if really in the wild: Solanum trilobatum?

    Solanum trilobatum - Useful Tropical Plants
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    Hope for you they don't have corners in Cha'am,...

    Hope for you they don't have corners in Cha'am, or twisties. :)
  32. How come the fruits of this bush are such nice...

    How come the fruits of this bush are such nice even elongated blocks? https://teakdoor.com/images/imported/2013/06/7345.jpg
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    Sticky: Clitoria ternatea. Butterfly pea. Dog mai Anchan....

    Clitoria ternatea. Butterfly pea. Dog mai Anchan. อัญชัน.

    https://teakdoor.com/Gallery/albums/userpics/30705/Clitoria_ternatea_20131030_134259_copy.jpg

    Growing about 80 meters of fence of this...
  34. Is that the reason they're deflating the white...

    Is that the reason they're deflating the white one?
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    https://teakdoor.com/Gallery/albums/userpics/30705/...

    https://teakdoor.com/Gallery/albums/userpics/30705/Hot-Sauce-trio_01.jpg

    This trio waiting for you, CSFFan. Check your PM's.
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    Sticky: Beautiful serie of butterflies, Troy! You...

    Beautiful serie of butterflies, Troy! You photograph only butterflies or also caterpillars and moths; some weird shapes and colors there as well?
    ...
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    Was that the one who also sold newspapers and...

    Was that the one who also sold newspapers and magazines and would advertise his merchandise in one elongated unintelligible sentence at 130 decibel?
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    Timelapse of the first day of the Sail 2015...

    Timelapse of the first day of the Sail 2015 event, held once every 5 years in Amsterdam. Enjoy the beauty and the madness on the water.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=201&v=9QswZ9QA4Gw

    More...
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    If you want/need to start from seed, have a look...

    If you want/need to start from seed, have a look at the Makro. From time to time they have nice big lemons with lots of seeds, from Turkey.
    ...
  40. Thread: Ant eradication

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    Find a medical supply store (near the bigger...

    Find a medical supply store (near the bigger hospitals and/or medical universities) and get yourself a box of borax powder (บอแรกซ์ ?) (about 70 to 90 baht a kilo).

    Mix the powder with something...
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    Tassini, no idea where 'location: Somewhere' is,...

    Tassini, no idea where 'location: Somewhere' is, but read these links a bit and see if 'Somewhere' is where and how they will grow.

    How to grow Durian

    Durian Garden of Eden - Eating the King...
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    Save some seeds, Duriankilla, like to see if a...

    Save some seeds, Duriankilla, like to see if a wild variety can grow up North.

    Orang belanda.

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    Pic borrowed from...
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    "Rang jert/Raang Chuet" = รางจืด = Thunbergia...

    "Rang jert/Raang Chuet" = รางจืด = Thunbergia laurifolia = Blue trumpet vine.

    Not sure, but "Jai dum" could be "Kra chai dam" = กระชายด = Kaempferia parviflora = Thai black ginger, Thai ginseng.
  44. Thread: Asparagus

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    Closer to home: Eat and smell! ...

    Closer to home: Eat and smell!

    https://teakdoor.com/Gallery/albums/userpics/30705/Parksia_speciosa_beans.jpg

    Parksia speciosa, in Thai สะตอ (Sato, Sator)

    From Wikipedia:
    The seeds are also...
  45. Thread: THE Blues

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    Lucille will cry one last time. ...

    Lucille will cry one last time.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Y8QxOjuYHg
  46. Thread: Braised Ribs

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    Here you go......

    Here you go...
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    Must be one of those people who dwell in rural,...

    Must be one of those people who dwell in rural, mountainous areas in the United States, primarily in Appalachia, but also parts of the Ozarks. :rolleyes:
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    Lots of info here, especially for those on 2...

    Lots of info here, especially for those on 2 wheels:

    Cambodia - General Discussion Forum - Motorcycle Forums | GT-Rider

    Cambodia Road & Trip Reports - Motorcycle Forums | GT-Rider

    Cambodia...
  49. Nice photo series about the 'madness' of daily...

    Nice photo series about the 'madness' of daily life with screens:

    "A World Transfixed by Screens"

    Intro by Alan Taylor: The continued massive growth of connected mobile...
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    One of the guys down the road here has a...

    One of the guys down the road here has a construction company and to haul building materials and staff around, he uses a few of these Suzuki Carry mini-trucks. I'm always amazed how much junk fits in...
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