Come join us for the HomeAcre Hop! A blog hop for fellow homesteaders to network and exchange ideas on canning, gardening, recipes, home making, and more.Continue reading
An evening at home with the pullets.Continue reading
Here’s a recipe for one of our favorite ways to enjoy kale.Continue reading
The girls have moved from the brooder to the coop. They’re growing up!Continue reading
Blossom drop is a condition where the blossoms of the tomato plant drop before they can produce fruit. This condition isn’t restricted just to tomatoes, it can also be found in cucumbers and squash. Read more to find out about the causes and how it can be controlled.Continue reading
Whether you are attending a gathering, hosting one of your own, or just planning a day with family, here are some recipes and ideas to make your Independence Day a success.Continue reading
Now that it is officially summer, we move into the warm season which brings on pests, weeds, and for some of us, triple digit temps making garden work most unpleasant.
If you can manage to power through however, here in our zone 6b(ish) garden there are a few crops that can be planted later on in the season rewarding you with a late summer/early fall harvest.
Share Good morning! Hope everyone had a very Happy Memorial Day! Here on our homestead we are just getting home from a family wedding, and settling back into what has become a very busy season with our first sale and … Continue reading
Share While the official first day of summer is still some weeks away, Tax Day is the start of the warm weather growing season in our zone. In spite of a lingering winter and the warm weather taking it’s time … Continue reading
ShareI used to jog about four times a week, but due to some health issues I have slowed my run to a walk. You notice more when you walk. My walk has become a part of my daily morning schedule, … Continue reading
Share In spite of the fact that we are building a new home, packing up our current home, and preparing to move, I have tried to keep up with one canning project per week in an effort to stock our … Continue reading
Share Happy Labor Day! I hope you have something lovely planned, some sort of End~of~the~Summer~here~comes~Fall kindofa shin dig. We’re headed out for a family picnic but first I wanted to leave you with a recipe and a picnic~ey Labor Day … Continue reading