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Originally Posted by RDinNHandAZ
When I was a kid of about 3, kale (Brassica juncea) grew as a weed in our corn field. Each day my Mom, 2 older sisters and I each got a long row and we hand weeded the corn as we didn't have a cultivator for the Farmall A tractor. If we were cooperative and didn’t complain she would let us have an Ice Cream cone. I hated that Kale. I’ll never eat the stuff they call Kale (Brassica oleracea) if I can help. Just the smell of it reminds me of childhood servitude. That tractor was my first driving machine, I was 5, stood up to steer and push the clutch.
I had one of those also! No kale, thank god, although mrs KOV insists on eating it. It reminds of an overflowing cesspool from the good ol' days
2014, High Top/159 WB, 2500 gas Promaster fully converted for camping.