Full Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. This helps us offset the cost of the time spent writing articles like these. Hello friends. Long time no write. We wanted to take this opportunity of the panic and pandamonium of the COVID-19 virus to share a bit about how we manage sickness and malaise in general … Continue reading Our cold and flu anti-viral toolbox in good times and bad
We get it.. we've been there... longing for better days ahead when we might have more land, more time, more space, more dollars... The future is always so elusive and discouraging at times! Hope often seems to disappoint us, doesn't it? One of the worst mindsets to fall into for someone striving for hoped-upon future … Continue reading Anyone can homestead – today!
This expression has come to be a mantra in our family. In fact, recently one of my youngsters was snacking on some freshly made cookies and asked me for another... "After all", she said, "two is one and one is none!" Of course, she knew what we really mean when we say that, but … Continue reading TIO&OIN – it’s not just for Navy Seals
We've had a few seasons of raising pastured pork and are starting to understand the pros and cons. We aim to share them here for those who really want to understand some of the potential blessings and hardships associated with raising pastured pork. We love Joel Salatin. It was largely his videos on pigs raised … Continue reading Pastured Pork Pros and Cons
Where we live in northern Pennsylvania, winter is some combination of snow, rain, muck and ice. We occasionally see some sunshine in there too! Mud and ice make for miserable homesteading conditions. Whether it's navigating steep and slick terrain to cut firewood, or taking care of livestock on icy mornings, opportunities abound for slipping and … Continue reading The $2, 20-minute neck-breaking prevention for icy homesteads