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I was thrilled to have farm Helper #3 come for the afternoon, she rode over and we hauled, dragged and filled the big rented bin over half full, we bedded down trails, worked in garden and mowed grass. I was … Continue reading
Yesterday I was picking fresh paste tomatos, these amazing small dark yellow and orange ones and of course a few deep red plum style ones as well. I chopped them into large pieces and into a pot, added salt, pepper, … Continue reading
I found this in a cold cookbook that I got, not done the research on if its really a good balance, I would add in some live active cultured yogurt to help with tummy but otherwise, its pretty solid to … Continue reading
Where does frugal cross the line from saving to costing us more When the 21 year old dryer that came with our farm broke weeks ago, I just moved everything to the line drying.. which is used a lot but … Continue reading
No photos from this event as hubby stayed home that day, but I did another couple public speaking event in aug. I did a backyard chicken and Quail talk, well, I meant to do that but it ended up that the … Continue reading
So while I am so excited to have a new laptop and to be back online, I am also crazy busy, so today is a photo update.. The in full cover amazing bean teepee.. and if you facebook at link … Continue reading
I chopped up two different colored hot peppers, made the basic jelly from the pecton package and voila.. sometimes simple is delightful. I though nicely hot, hubby thought very hot and my other taste tester says med heat.
The pumpkin plants are doing well, its that time of year, all small taken off and feed to pigs, the blooms taken off, and everything into the current ones till frost now How are everyone pumpkins growing this, to the … Continue reading
I do not write much about critters that are born and raised for freezer camp but Tippy was different, bought in a box at the local bird sale a few years ago, she was sold bred as a meat rabbit … Continue reading