Thanks Woo, I visited the site that Steve told me to go to and I learned that different worms go to different depths in the soil. This information will be very helpfull.
I didn't know that the European night crawler was more heat resistant than red wigglers but I always liked how big they were. This is definately good info to know.
I have a friend named Steve who had a beautiful garden. When my friend Joyce and I would go to visit and if he wasn't home we would just go in his garden and work. He had the biggest worms I had ever seen and every time I would find one I would hold it up for Joyce to see (forgetting that she was afraid of worms). Boy, she had the funniest yell. I couldn't help but show her every worm I found.
I enjoyed your pictures you posted. What kind of worms do you presently have?
Thanks for letting me know about the problem with the video upload. I just tried myself, it is finicky with avi's. Although, I had better luck with "windows media" files (i.e. .wmv) Are you on a Windows computer? If so you can use "Windows Movie Maker".. which comes free with windows.. to convert it to wmv. Or else, I can try to convert it for you so you can upload it.
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