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Birdhouse

We are a house of birds.  All spring and summer a family of starlings made their home outside a window, up in a hole under the eaves where a soffit fell out.  675 more words

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Papa Chivo saves the day

Even after Baby the Sheep’s untimely death, my husband carried on with his idea of switching from goats to sheep.  He came home one day with Big Mama, an enormous black-faced furry sheep which cost a pretty penny.   737 more words

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Kitchen Progress

We have finally completed the first phase of the kitchen renovation! We installed all new cabinetry, sink, faucet, countertops, and dishwasher. We also retiled the floor which I am sooo excited about. 29 more words

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5 Reasons Why I'm Thankful I Can Homestead

5 Reasons Why I’m Thankful That I Can Homestead

Hi All,

I’m a little late on my Thanksgiving post because we had some delightful company over for Thanksgiving. 466 more words

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The Best Bread

The Best Bread

When I was growing up in Mexico, my family had primarily white bread that was interspersed with corn bread. So, while I wasn’t picky about other foods, I wasn’t too keen on bread that goes crunch. 241 more words

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Homesteading Leads To A Longer Life

Homesteading Leads to a Longer Life

Written by Flea Christenson from Homesteadingedu

I know you’re questioning the veracity of this statement. I know you are. But I have an expert’s word for it. 1,369 more words

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Wool Mites in Angora Rabbits


If you have Angora rabbits, chances are one day you will encounter wool mites. They are super tiny so you may not be able to see them with the naked eye, but you’ll be able to see the infestation as it tends to look like really bad dandruff. 530 more words

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