Saturday, October 30, 2010

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Maybe Baby

I'm hoping but doubtful that the first two got fertilized. The last one still has a little way to go so I'll be ready to play the roll of Mother Nature =)

Monday, October 4, 2010

Friday, October 1, 2010

Froggy's Swamp Fog Review

Last night I tested out Froggy's Swamp Fog, fog juice in my backyard. I'm happy to report, that this product does not disappoint! It's advertised on Froggy's website as, "extreme long lasting fog fluid" and that is absolutly true.

Let's take a look at Swamp Juice's performance, shall we?

This first picture is just to give an idea of the system that we shoot the fog through. It's simply a system of PVC pipe that my husband drilled holes in. No ice, no chiller, just a good way to spread fog throughout our entire yard. On this night, we only used one section of pipe with one 1,000 watt fogger from Party City. Here's a picture of the pipe:
This next one show's how fully this fog covers the yard. Once it came out of the pipes, it slowly spread out and clung to the ground beautifully.

Here's a detailed shot of some clinging to the grass:

Another shot of ground hanging fog:

After the inital amazement subsided a little, I decided to time how long the fog actually hung around for. For about the first 5 minutes, there was a really nice thick cloud creeping low all around my yard. For the next 5, it started to thin out a bit and rise, but it was still very much visibly there. Even after the first 10 minutes, there was a thin eerie cloud that you could see changing shapes and shifting through the yard on the air currents.

Oh, and the smell.... WOW. I wondered how well the scent would disperse throughout the yard. After the first blast of fog, it was as if we had a giant airfreshener outside. It was very prominent, but not over-whelming.
In closing, I'm extremely impressed and happy with Froggy's Swamp Fog Juice and the Gothic scent. I'll absolutly be a regular customer =)
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