First, my apologies for not having posted any content for a while now. Life just keeps getting in the way and time isn't cooperating., though it rarely does. This weekend we were stuck with an unexpected internet outage caused by "Progress" as new utility poles and streetlights were installed as there have been some big developments in the area over the last month or so.
Last week was full of the usual chaos and busy paced. I worked at the Project House Tuesday after getting off an 8 hour shift and before going back to work. Wednesday found me running around and picking up more parts for the rabbitry and chicken coop/run, both of which I should have finished weeks ago. Thursday, I made time to actually work on the coop/run and rabbitry.
Courtney's house is beautiful! Yes, there things that could be improved on and some things that should be eliminated (like the counter in the tiny kitchen). Storage is one of those areas where improvement is required, especially for food storage.
So much has happened this year and this past month especially...
Wow!! So much has happened at Arid Acres and I need to catch you all up.
First, I want to wish you all joy and peace and to wish you all a Merry Christmas (or whichever Holiday you chose to celebrate) from our homestead to yours.
Yes, that's a lot of stockings- only 4 are for us the other 5 are for our dogs.
Howdy. Been a while...
So much has been going on since I last posted a blog. Where to start? Well, life has been keeping things pretty interesting for sure. There have been big changes on the job front, on the project house, going to be starting with swap meets and farmers markets and some new adventures to talk about in this post.
Hello and thanks for dropping by!! Last week I said I had some big news, well here it is. Today I want to talk about and unveil a new project that I am asking your help with.
So after reading our last blog or maybe just with the help of our last blog, you've decided you want to homestead. This blog will show you what is possible on your Homestead, we'll be sharing some more blogs and articles from other bloggers and authors and we're going to also be sharing some great video advice from Joel Salatin and a couple of our other friends.
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