Thursday, August 25, 2011

Hello New Readers

Welcome to Oilchanges.  
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Keep your eyes on Oilchanges.  I'm headed out to New Mexico this September to work on Stanley Crawford's famed garlic farm, and my readers are behind me!  Throughout the month of August my readers donated $1600 to make this Oilchanges X-Country Road and Farm Adventure possible.  Thanks to them, me and Oilchanges will be packing up the station wagon and heading out west to do some top notch road and farm bloggin', so keep your eyes posted.  I'll be bloggin' all the way.  Until then, check out the easy-browse archives at the top.  

Cheers,  

Jono 

14 comments:

Jonathan Khorsandi said...

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Sarah Woehler Michaud said...

Really cool twist on a "food" blog.

Sarah Woehler Michaud said...

Really cool twist on a "food" blog.

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Imran Izham a.k.a Mr. Kudud said...

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hypnosis for change said...

Hey! I'm very much excited on your trip to Mexico! I'm looking forward to hear some of your awesome stories out there.

Haris Khan said...

hey jono, can I get some free seeds from you?
looking forward for your reply.
Haris Khan

Jono Tosch said...

Haris

Sure you can. Where do I send them?

Jono

Haris Khan said...

Jono

house# A-43, sector X2, gulshan-e-maymar, karachi, Pakistan.

many thanks

Three Hundred Sixty Five said...

Oh, dear, Hypnosis for Change is sure you're on your way to Mexico....common mistake....but you're actually headed my way (in Albuquerque, New Mexico) although Dixon is north of us....
Farming here can be a difficult business. One of my friends farms raspberries here, and has managed to obtain "organic" status, which he tells me is expensive and difficult.
Welcome to our state! At least we have been having some rain, it has been a very dry summer, and right now we have the most green we've had since last year!