Racing Towards Winter

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Racing Towards Winter

Racing Towards Winter

  Fall is a sprint. It’s like that bite in the air that we wake up to every morning now speeds everything up. Spring is supposed to be the season

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Crafting Herbal Teas

Crafting Herbal Teas

Welcome autumn! It has finally started to really cool off here and I am so, so, so grateful. In the evenings it has been dipping into the 50s. The perfect

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How We Chose Our Off Grid Homesite

How We Chose Our Off Grid Homesite

We’re going off the grid! Okay don’t get too excited yet, it’ll be awhile. I know in many posts I’ve mentioned our new homesite but now I’m finally going to

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Brewing Sun Tea

Brewing Sun Tea

Everyone is already moving on to autumn. The sweaters, pumpkins, chilly breeze it all sounds wonderful and honestly like a distant dream. At least around here mother nature has chosen

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Homestead Must-Reads: 5 Books for the End of Summer

Homestead Must-Reads: 5 Books for the End of Summer

  Homesteading books are why I keep homesteading. Truth. They inspire me to keep going, do even more, and strive to better my methods. I’ll be honest it’s not a

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Water Bath Canning for Beginners: Blackberry Jam

Water Bath Canning for Beginners: Blackberry Jam

Have you ever bottled sunshine? No of course not, but just a taste of blackberry jam come midwinter and you’ll feel like you have. It’s the essence of all things summertime

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4 Reasons to Shear Your Angora Rabbit This Summer

4 Reasons to Shear Your Angora Rabbit This Summer

I have always been enamored with rabbits, in case ya didn’t notice. I’ve harbored my undying love for them since my kindergarten days toting around a stuffed velveteen rabbit by

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Living Cell Phone Free

Living Cell Phone Free

  Alright so we do have a cell phone. It’s just not the kind “normal people” have. We have a flip phone, tracfone thingy that gets minutes each month. Scott

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Dill Pickle Salad Dressing (Sugar-free & Vegan!)

Dill Pickle Salad Dressing (Sugar-free & Vegan!)

  Full disclosure: I avoided making homemade salad dressing for years.  I mean, I was already making homemade bread, crackers, pasta, pickles, pasta sauce and lots of other goodies but

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The Complete Guide to Haying Without Machinery

The Complete Guide to Haying Without Machinery

    Recently we were given the opportunity to hay a part of a a local field that was too steep to cut with a tractor. Since we don’t have

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