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Predator Kill

I was in the shed today, cleaning, arranging, and getting ready to convert part of the shed into a goat barn.  My neighbors were walking by (the road overlooks our property) and I could tell they were rather excited about something.   335 more words

Homestead

They say I should write a book and blog...so lets start with a blog and go from there...

Hi there..yes you!

Thank you for taking the time to click on my link and read the ramblings I have forth coming.

This is my first official blog..which I hope is the first of hundreds, if not thousands.   95 more words

Homesteader

Over the Hills and Far Away

Paul Burton has been a friend of mine now for a few years.  He’s a good guy with a great family and I was excited when he agreed to accompany us to the High Plains on Saturday.   222 more words

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Frugal Friday- January 9

A new year- If I were going to make any resolutions, it would be to continue to find fun ways to be frugal and thrifty. But that’s always my resolve, and I don’t need a new calendar to remind me what it once felt like to have more week than payday and to rob Peter to pay Paul. 797 more words

Frugality

Our 200th Post

If you can believe it, this is our 200th post.  This blog was started in July 2012 and and has been evolving ever since.  I appreciate the fact that you all are (still) reading. 154 more words

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Bone Broth for What Ails Me

My family often thinks I’m a little weird because I save all my meaty bones for broth, or ask for theirs while we’re cleaning up. Thankfully, my mother-in-law understands and packs them up for me without even asking.  625 more words

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Installing the Stovepipe in the Bus (Part 1)

I was really hoping that this wouldn’t have to be a two part post, but as you can tell by the title, it is.  Things did not go poorly.   752 more words

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