Camper Remodel Test
Homesteading

Camper Remodel Test

Wow!  We took the Travel Trailer out for a spin to celebrate our anniversary.  So many things worked so well, but there are a few things that need tweaking. Loved the new coffee pot that took it’s place on it’s bedroom coffee/wine bar and kept the kitchen counter clean.  That beautiful coffee pot just sings.  […]

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May 4, 2020
Homesteading

May 4, 2020

So much is happening, I can tell that it’s Spring! Definitely a lot more farm related projects in the spring! The ducks and chicks have sure grown!  As a matter of fact, the ducks have grown so much it has prompted us to think about what is next.  So I bought the ducks as I […]

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April 15, 2020
Homesteading

April 15, 2020

Life is grand!  There is not a single other place I would rather quarantine than on our little farm.  Currently having a creative project in remodeling our rv is amazing. I love the fireplace area.  It is one of my favorite places.  Just sitting on the sofa/bed and watching the flames flicker is just so […]

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April 1, 2020
Homesteading

April 1, 2020

Life is crazy with the Coronavirus going on.  We are now in a 30 day shelter in place quarantine.  John was required to quit working at the school building as a teacher and teach from home now.  Today he was setting up new videos for the kids including one I got to be the camera […]

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March 24, 2020
Homesteading

March 24, 2020

Exciting times with the Coronavirus going on.  I bought myself some new friends for this quarantine time.  Some chicks and ducklings.  I found that the ducklings were making the tote too wet for the chicks and I had trouble keeping up with getting it dry.  I saw a youtube video from Homesteady using a paint […]

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March 14, 2020
Homesteading

March 14, 2020

I absolutely love the first tilling of the garden.  It looks so fresh and clean.  We are preparing to plant potatoes and corn.  I know a lot of people like to do no-till gardening, but there are a lot of pros to tilling:  1) I think the worms are much deeper than some people think […]

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March 5, 2020
Homesteading

March 5, 2020

Elderberries Apricot Here on the farm things are starting to wake up.  The elderberries are putting out more leaves, The apricot tree, peach tree, plum trees, cherry trees, and regular pear trees are in bloom.  The daffodils and forsythia are also in bloom.  The lettuce seedlings have just popped out of the ground. Lettuce In […]

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February 16, 2020
Homesteading

February 16, 2020

As you saw on my last post, we bought a fixer upper camper, and as the cold, wet, weather has allowed, we have made some progress.  The first thing to do of course, is to make sure it is weatherproof, look for all causes of leaks and fix them.  We found two holes in the […]

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February 3, 2020
Homesteading

February 3, 2020

The opening of my booth has been pushed back another month.  It has been so cold and wet that it is just not very enticing to go out in the workshop for long periods of time. So, we have a new project.  A small Prowler Lynx travel trailer.    Bought as a fixer upper of […]

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January 20, 2020
Homesteading

January 20, 2020

The dangers of being an upcycler. . .So my husband is a teacher and we go to his student football games in support (in addition to dance, choir, etc.) So our old football stadium seats wore out in non-fixable places and we got some new ones (after about 10 years). Immediately, I missed the pockets […]

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