My name is Quintus

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Welcome to cfs QuintusZ
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Welcome QuintusZ. I live in the Foothills of the prairies of Western Canada. Are you a city dweller or a country person? I live in the country less than an hour to large cities, but my world is all about the mountains, crops, and quiet country life. I know that South Africa grows wheat of a very similar strain to what we grow out here on the Canadian prairies, which almost seems bizarre considering the completely different lattitutdes. However, from what I understand, South Africa grows its wheat at a higher elevation, just like we do, so this could be the equalizer that makes our wheat behave similarly.

At any rate, welcome to the site. It is so nice to welcome a brother from so far away.

Egraine.
 
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Welcome QuintusZ. I live in the Foothills of the prairies of Western Canada. Are you a city dweller or a country person? I live in the country less than an hour to large cities, but my world is all about the mountains, crops, and quiet country life. I know that South Africa grows wheat of a very similar strain to what we grow out here on the Canadian prairies, which almost seems bizarre considering the completely different lattitutdes. However, from what I understand, South Africa grows its wheat at a higher elevation, just like we do, so this could be the equalizer that makes our wheat behave similarly.

At any rate, welcome to the site. It is so nice to welcome a brother from so far away.

Egraine.

Many thanks Egraine,

I was a country boy my hole school live, but when I finished my grade 12 I moved to the big city Johannesburg.
Best thing I could have done my live was supposed to turn out like this. Was never more closer to God and my faith better than ever,
I made the best friends that hep me grow in my faith and was never happier than now !

But I miss being a County Boy we call it a Boer Seun here - Farmer Boy:ROFLMAO: :)

Kind regards