In all the years that we have owned fiber growing animals, we have sheared two times per year. Once in the spring and once in late summer. We always found that this kept the fleece short when the weather was warm and allowed for plenty of wool production, too. All was going well with the […]
It’s important to stay cool in the summer, but you HAVE to work in your garden, so here are some tips for accomplishing what you need to while protecting your skin and keeping you cool.
When our oldest turned five and began learning to take on more responsibilities I wanted to create a fun way for him to keep track of his chores. I didn’t see anything online that I really liked, so we decided to go with a DIY felt chore chart. I didn’t have a pattern or instructions, […]
“Again and again, the impossible decision is solved when we see that the problem is only a tough decision waiting to be made.” — Dr. Robert Schuller
A great list of some commonly dehydrated vegetables. How to preserve the garden bounty.
We have a coop full of broody hens and the discovery of feather mites.