Again, food was center stage as fall’s arrival has kicked things into even higher gear when it comes to preservation and final harvest. Clockwise from top left: 1)Today’s garden harvest is smaller, and I’m starting to pull off any tomato that’s gotten to yellow/orange to bring them in to turn red (our tomato plants have been severely pruned to stop any more blossoms and encourage the energy to go into the remaining green ones on the vine). 901 more words
Tags » Urban Homesteading
Yep. Reusing a photo.
This might go slightly beyond Homesteading 101.
I have had to move, quickly and harshly. My new landlord is a thousand times more pleasant and my actual living space is going to be of significantly better quality. 1,784 more words
Over the past few years, I have fallen in love with a number of homesteader blogs where people from all over the world share their stories of living off the land, whether as urban backyard farmers maximizing their city spaces or as good old fashioned homesteaders enjoying (and working their bums off in) some acreage in the country. 860 more words