Mr. LB let his beard grow for warmth before elk season ~ then decided to keep it a while longer. It was becoming dry and a bit unruly so this is the simple recipe I came up with. His beard is looking much healthier and a little less on the wild side:) It could save […]
Every year, more and more trash is accumulated in our landfills due to our wasteful habits. Many people will only use something once and throw it away. Many people still do not recycle their packaging despite the increasing availability of recycling centers. And many people would rather throw away their old things rather than take […]
The Christmas holiday results in a lot of overuse and abuse of our environment and resources. However, there are ways to have a less wasteful, more sustainable holiday! Try this 16 ideas to a more sustainable Christmas this year.
We raised 2 grass-fed lambs in our yard over the course of summer. We now have 2 lambs worth of “clean” meat in our freezer. It can be done, but there were some challenges to it. Hop on over and read about both the pros and cons of it.
Homegrown black-eyed peas and crowder peas are favorites in our home. We pressure can our peas so that we can enjoy them all year long. This allows us to have plenty on hand and ready to just open a can and heat up quickly for supper. Whether it is your beloved harvest, a deal you […]
There are certain things that this way of life renders, a certain knowledge that results from the activities surrounding ‘homesteading.’ We are aware of the seasons, weather, animal activity, foliage growth (or lack thereof,) as well as what those specifics might indicate. Come on over and have a gander at the scene this time of […]