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I have been with Dear Hubby coming on 18 years now.. 17 in legal marriage but for me, I will count the year before as well. That means that I have been in a relationship for more years then I was single When I was single, I was very determined that I would not settle.. […]
There is nothing quite like waking up to a note from your husband that says, tire blew on my bus and started wheel fire.. Now, my sleepy head went.. our vehicle and then registered Bus.. ok then.. See this seemed small.. had to get off bus.. wait for new bus.. Then this came in.. That […]
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Tag Archives: Garden
I often talk about the canning or the cold storage or even regular house storage but I don’t often talk about the dry Pantry, and I don’t know why, I mean I dry a good amount of my own food, … Continue reading
Hello Folks, I am going to do my best heading into 2017 to have a big old tracking year, I need to do this and I have the book, the paperwork and the plan.. I will make it happen.. Jan … Continue reading
Normally, I have a thousand dollar yearly budget for my garden-farm, this budget includes, seeds, tubers, plants, bushes, tree’s, tools and garden related training classes, seminars Most years I am under budget by a hundred to several hundred but not … Continue reading
We were cleaning out the Bean Teepee on the weekend and there they were.. stunning amazing Bull’s Blood Beets, that pop of color.. outstanding.. So sorry, I didn’t have the camera and it was all done before I could say.. … Continue reading
The first frost has hit the farm, but only in spots.. got to love microclimates.. a little bit here and little bit there .. my poor squash yield for this year is enough to make me cry.. Are you ready! … Continue reading
Now I should have had a killer sunflower harvest, we planted out four rows of around 40 seeds each, so I should be harvesting around 120 heads for storage, some for our own use for lovely homemade eating.. but a … Continue reading
or in common terms, picking and drying lots and lots! of unopenned Day Lily flowers. Ah, the common, humble daylily that most of us call, tigerlily’s or Ditch Lily’s are so wonderful to have in the kitchen, the little root … Continue reading
So many rasberries need picking every day or two.. perfect still piking the last of the peas, they are almost finished and the beans are in bloom now! the red current are almost finished but the black and white are … Continue reading
We did chores, worked in the yard, moved the birds from winter digs to summer, moving and splitting into breeding pens.. I am thrilled that this week, I was able to feed fodder and greens to the rabbits daily from … Continue reading