Once we applied mulch to the pathway leading from our back deck toward the barn, I was curious to see how rain would affect it. We went days without rainfall, but then “the bottom fell out.” As I headed toward the back door to check on the mulch, I wondered what I’d find.
I’ve always been a bit of a prepper. Of course we didn’t call it that back in the day. My reason for prepping was not economically driven. It was not related to political reasons, or the feeling of impending disaster. Read more about our living prepared lifestyle.
What have you been waiting for? Is there something stopping you? Will you do the right thing when you have more money? more time? more space?
The first loads of mulch weren’t big enough to cover either of the garden plots, but there was enough to do SOMETHING, right? How about covering a muddy walkway?
Distilling removes minerals and turns dirty water into safe drinking water. But, that’s not all distilled water is good for! You can use it in your fish tank, in your iron and more! Learn how to distil water!
After watching the “Back to Eden” film, we were convinced that creating a sustainable permaculture using tree-limb mulch was the way to go, and we set about finding a source. We located a source, and they promised to deliver. So we waited…and waited…and waited. This post describes the wait.