There are 2 basic kinds of camp stoves: canister fuel stoves and liquid (multi-fuel) fuel stoves. (There are “alternative fuel stoves” as well but I’m keeping it simple today. That’s a whole other post). Here’s a basic breakdown of the differences between these fuels and stove-types.
Depending on where you live winter can be a trying time on the homestead, but with a little preparation we can weather the storm a little easier and make those long winter months safer and less stressful. Here are a few things you may need to do before it gets too bad outside.
In this post we help you come up with a plan to find your forever homestead. One that you can truly be proud to call home. From writing your homestead wish list to evaluating a piece of property to making a preliminary plan, this post will help.
When we bought our home, the hardwood pine floors in the kitchen and sunroom were tired, worn and stained a very dark walnut. As much as I love having hardwood floors in my house, these made the room incredibly dark (especially during those long, dark Alaskan winters). Here’s a few tips for refinishing hardwood floors.
Victoria from SimplifiedLife.net wants to enjoy the life she lives and not have to take a vacation just to get away from her life. She started scrutinizing her material possessions, schedules & time, even her children’s schooling so that they can intentionally enjoy their life now. Her goal is not a minimalist life, but a […]
So you want to start homesteading. You desire a life of self-sufficiency. You want the pleasure of providing for your own needs. You want the reassurance of knowing exactly where your food came from. You want the autonomy of supplying your own power. There’s just one problem: how do you even begin?