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Wow, its been a crazy busy week, filled to the brim with great things but by the time I get done, I am crashing into bed and sleeping the dead LOL While this is offically a Food Storage Friday, its … Continue reading
Advice – it comes from friends, family, and from the stranger at the coffee shop, or at the garden shop where you are looking at plants, and among that free advice are some gems and some duds, the fun part is … Continue reading
My old Girl is being kind enough to be the model to show off some of the new super soft yet amazingly strong knitted (lucet style) slip on in house dog collars. This blue one is a simple two strand … Continue reading
God bless those new amazing winter duck boots, they sure came in handy today, we have hit the deep freeze (they say the cold is coming)but today has been on again, off again freezing rain, sleet, and snow taking turns, … Continue reading
A fellow blogger was posting about making Marmalade. and as I said, I got some of the coolest rolling pins for christmas! This one is small, just the three rows of patterns, and works for cookies, and also I figure … Continue reading
So Pretty, my different sized lucet have arrived, the big one is to be used to make cords for my larger critters halters or ropes, the smaller are for personal household uses.. I got them from Lynn the weaver, he … Continue reading
This past week my garden catalogs have started coming in and some of the new an amazing fruit trees and veggies are looking just wonderful but this post is all about my new woolgrowers catalog. If you have never heard … Continue reading
Joining in the ranks of Canadian Doomer and others like Chile Chews, and Backyard Farm along with unprocessed real food month with its daily updates on idea’s and thoughts on how to use whole food in your diet, we are eating out … Continue reading
Back in the day, I (Dear Husband) did some prospecting out on the tundra. I’d be looking for mineralization in the old Canadian Shield rocks of the north, and if I’d done my homework correctly, I sometimes found little bits … Continue reading