The HomeAcre Hop #31

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Good morning and welcome back to the HomeAcre Hop!

Your hosts are:

Ann from Summers Acres

Carol from Everything Home with Carol

Kathi from Oak Hill Homestead

Lisa Lynn from The Self Sufficient HomeAcre

Mary from Homegrown on the Hill

Nancy from Prudent Living ~ On the Home Front

Sandra from Clear Water Farm Journal

and me!

We’d love to stay in touch! A follow on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Etsy, Google+, Bloglovin’ or by email would be wonderful!

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Hope all is going well with you and yours out in your neck of the woods!

Here although the weather is still quite hot it is actually unseasonably cool.   We’re working to keep the ladies comfortable….

Rhode Island Red ~ Black Fox Homestead.com

Our okra is starting to come on…

Okra blossom ~ Black Fox Homestead.com

…and the borage has finally blossomed although too late to do its magic with tomato hornworms which we still find from time to time feasting on the tomatoes.

Borage ~ Black Fox Homestead.com

Now it is your turn to share what is going on with you!   Among all the great posts shared last week my favorite was this one:

Writing and Using a Meal Plan from Life at Cobble Hill Farm

Please stop by to congratulate the featured blogger this week! Featured bloggers feel free to grab the “featured” button to display on your blog or post. If you would like to be featured in the future, be sure to link your post back to the hop using the badge or a text link.

Black Fox Homestead

 

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You are invited to share your original posts on: Homesteading, livestock care, gardening, environmentally friendly farming, self sufficiency, preparedness, off grid living, healthy recipes, home remedies and herbal concoctions, green living, homeschooling, food preservation, environmentally friendly crafts and home decor, photo posts of natural living and homesteading subjects!

There are just a few little rules to follow: (please note that we have added a new rule regarding no advertising)

~Family friendly posts only. ‘Nuff said :)

~Link as many appropriate posts as you’d like each week. Older posts are great too.

~In order to encourage our blogging community, please visit as many of the other posts as you can and let them know you found them here!

~If you wish to be featured, you must link back to the hop (on either host’s blog) with the button or a text link, and give us a follow on Facebook, Twitter, Google + and/or Pinterest!

~If you follow us by email you’ll receive notice when the hop is open for business. :)

~Please only share content that you have created.

~and Please, no posts dedicated to advertising products.

~Please remember that the whole idea of a blog hop is to visit the other bloggers and make connections and friendships…so share the linky love!

~By linking to this hop you are giving us permission to link back to your post if you are featured.

~We will also include one photo from your post in the interest of sending visitors your way :)

Black Fox Homestead
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The HomeAcre Hop #31 — 4 Comments

  1. Pingback: The First Twelve Months: Month Nine ~ Two Steps Back | Black Fox Homestead

  2. I appreciate the opportunity to join in this blog hop and learn so much every time I do, as I try to read most of the blogs linking up. When I join in I look forward to the evening checking them all out, often becoming a “friend” of many, and jotting down helpful hints and “how-to’s ” in the process. Thank-you !

    • Kathy thank you for your kind words and for “fellowshipping” with us every week. It is so nice to have you with us and we appreciate your contribution to our homestead community. Have a great weekend. :)

  3. Kathy, Cedar Pond, sent me and have enjoyed my visit. Meal plans make life easier and more healthful and I’m guilty of not doing them. Seems like too much trouble for just one person…I need to work on my attitude, yes, I know. I’m still struggling since Dave died…but it’s getting better.