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Category Archives: Life moves on daily
Last year, Hubby and I did a small Christmas Advent gifts for the full 25 days, we loved it and by day 5 my mom said, she just wished she was doing the same.. so we headed out and in … Continue reading
A warm hello to my readers on this cool day, I wanted to just have a cuppa with you and catch you up on things, so please join me.. make a fresh cup of tea and get caught up :) I … Continue reading
I adore second hand shops, got this stunning 3 by 4 of signed original artwork for three dollars today at the store, just love it. once I get it hung, it matched the new paint in the kitchen so nicely.
11 November 1908: North of Manaus, Amazonas del Sur“Passing through?”, the homesteader asked, his rifle resting in his arms.”Yes”, the traveller replied, his rifle dangling off his right shoulder on a strap. “I was told there was a veteran building … Continue reading
I just adore the ability to take some a bit of bread dough from my bread, bun or pizza bread and turn it into fry bread.. This was a nice basic milk bread, perfect for anything you want to use … Continue reading
This grow out had a number of challenges, the least of which are that I got chicks at three different times of the year, so they have to be compared to where they are fair more then If I had … Continue reading
No matter where you live, be it city, town, country or homesteading, the odds are good that at some point and time, you are going to want to produce your own food.. its a logical step.. Even if it starts … Continue reading
Winter is coming, the power bill will go up, the feed bill will go up, the hay costs add up, and food will rise.. In fact about the only that will not rise in cost is many luxury items.. The … Continue reading