They’re are several keys to successful homesteading- today I’d like to talk about the ugly reality behind frugal farm adventures. The truth is we are level one hoarders. According to aftermath.com “Hoarding Level One: Clutter is not excessive, all doors and stairways are accessible, there are no odors, and the home is considered safe and sanitary.”Continue reading “Hoardsteading”
As previously mentioned – this is a last ditch effort to see if we can save the very neglected and badly planned strawberry garden. We already knew we lost over half the plants in between planting and year two- pretty disappointing. Last year we weeded them out – once- and it just wasn’t enough toContinue reading “Operation SOS – Save our Strawberries: Part 1”
So back in my college days, I had some friends that wanted to get married. They asked me to do the service. So I hopped online, found a church willing to ordain me and happily signed the dotted line. Boom! I became Minister Elizabeth – For some reason, no one ever believes me. I’m thinkingContinue reading “Fun fact – I am an ordained minister”
5 things we did differently from before and even more goals for how we’d like to do it next year.
The Bees Have Landed- how we installed our first package bees into our hives.
An update of our homestead happenings for April 2019
A comprehensive Pro vs Con list of whether or not incubating eggs is right for our homestead.
How to reuse common household trash into a long lasting emergency candle!
All the Homestead Happenings for March 2019