Author Archives: Just another day on the farm

Farm Photo’s for you all.. a brief moment of warmth..

Yesterday it moved from bitter cold to freezing rain and then finally to rain, it rained all night, melting far more of the snow pack then I would have preferred and then it got up to plus 5c. That is … Continue reading

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Friday Rambles around the Table “Keyboard Warriors”

Come on in, it’s an odd day out there, cold in the morning, moved over to freezing rain out there right now, so careful as you go. Got the coffee on and baked a nice pumpkin loaf for you to … Continue reading

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How to reduce Potato Issue “Hollow Heart”

We have all done it, harvested our fall winter storage potato’s and they are looking really good. You get them out on time, you cure them properly and then you find this when you start to use them. Hollow Heart … Continue reading

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New Camera

  Wolfsong wrote :what kind? and share LOL, ok Wolfsong, I posted it very early. I got a Canon Powershot SX540 so I could do more long shots, good close ups, wider shots and it was said to be one … Continue reading

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How to make Blueberry Scrub Drink

Ah Scrub’s, those old fashion vinegar based drinks. In a time before fridges and pop, there was the Scrub. What is a Scrub Drink? It’s a mix of either Fruit or Herb Juice that is mixed with both sweetness and … Continue reading

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Farmgal’s Christmas Journal December 2018

Farmgal’s Christmas Journal December 2018 Dec 8th For a Saturday that alarm went off, and after the dogs were done, they went to back to bed with Hubby and I was off the farm by 7am.. I was heading to … Continue reading

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Are you Growing Dried Beans as a Protein Source?

The biggest issue with growing beans for protein is that you are having to give up a lot of space in the garden from seed planted till plant die off and or till you pull up the plants and can … Continue reading

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Making Candy Cane Bark for Holidays

Making different kinds of Chocolate bark is so easy for the holidays, good for snack tray or a small bag made up for a stocking stuffer, or as part of a host gift. or you can make a favorite and … Continue reading

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Farmgal’s Christmas Journal December 2018

Dec 4th Woke up to a sunny day. It was a cold one with a nasty wind if you were out in it.. but in the house, the warm sunlight poured in the windows. The horse’s parked themselves on the … Continue reading

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Friday Rambles around the kitchen table

  So come on in and grab hot coffee.. it’s a loaded campfire coffee this morning, that means very strong coffee with lots of sugar and milk in it.  The cold came back last night and burr out there today … Continue reading

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