Let’s discuss the importance of being prepared for anything with the hurricanes, flooding, fires, etc.
I talk about winter preparedness and filling the canning shelves. I received 160 lbs of tomatoes, 40 lbs of peppers, 100 lbs of onions and 25 lbs of garlic for our chili sauce & salsa recipe as well as pizza sauce and pickled garlic!
Have you ever been in any natural disaster? They aren’t fun. In fact, they’re downright scary. The thought of potentially losing everything you have can cut through anything and stab at your gut. But, in those times, you have to be very particular with what you’re going to save and what you’re going to leave. […]
There is typically a rhythm to the tasks of running a home/homestead. This year has been a little out of kilter. We are getting it done, but Wowza! all at once. If you feel like you are the only one trying to keep up with several big projects at once, hop on over and see […]
Day trips to parks and vacations can be overwhelming, expensive and over planned. Sometimes we overthink and plan too big overlooking some of the simple things you can do, even in your own backyard…
Noah was the tin-foil hat wearing Prepper of Biblical times and it would be foolish of us not to follow his example. His faith in the Lord was unwavering and he did whatever he needed to do to keep his family safe.