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Monthly Archives: September 2012
When we built our chicken yurt this past summer we made sure to reinforce the bottom of our fencing so it was double layered to prevent predators from getting through the fencing. But what I am about to show you … Continue reading
You know the recent article about arsenic levels in rice has been upsetting to me because we are definitely rice eaters. It has not always been that way but I think the economy changes of recent years and the fact … Continue reading
You know 35 lbs ago….I would not have wanted to spend the day kayaking I probably would have but it would not have been as much fun. I was raised in an active family and living at the beach provides … Continue reading
I know times are a lot tougher now than they were when we were living on one income only however some things don’t change. We were committed to having me stay at home with the kids, we had tried the … Continue reading
I always hear from people “Oh when the end of days come we are coming to stay with you guys…” or “You guys are so prepared…….” Well as a Sci Fi lover who has watched Jericho and many other futuristic … Continue reading
If you own a home you know the work list never ends. This is my husband “The Viking” in my life painting and ceiling our chimney cap to prevent rain leaks! I am so thankful he is so handy and … Continue reading
I really understand why these are called Chick Peas because most of the men in my life are not at all that into them. But I will say this for me if I am watching a football game and I … Continue reading
Did that grab your attention? I hope so! I just had to show you how tall our Jerusalem Artichoke plants got this summer. For a little reference my son “The tall one” is 6′ 4″….I cannot wait to cook these … Continue reading