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4/10/2017 – 2nd week of Middle Spring

I never got around to posting last week. For the most part it was cool, wet, and dreary. Needless to say, I didn’t accomplish much except hiding inside. During one break in the rain I was able to put together

Posted in Daily, Fishing, Gardening

3/27/2017 – 4th week of Early Spring

The sand plums are in full bloom. Hopefully there aren’t many cold snaps left this year. Finally remembered to start prepping the seeds I gathered last year (acorn, black walnut, hackberry, hawthorn, honeylocust, rose, and sumac). They all got an

Posted in Daily, Foraging, Gardening

3/16/2017 – 2nd week of Early Spring

Purchased all the supplies to build two raised beds. If I was smart, I would have had the lumber cut down at the store. Now I have to track down a saw. Also started getting catalogs from the chicken hatcheries.

Posted in Animals, Daily, Gardening

2/4/2017 – 5th week of Middle Winter

Not much progress the last week as my primary occupation has kept me pretty busy. I got a few more pages of the Plant Guide done and I am brain storming on how I want the kitchen garden to look.

Posted in Daily, Gardening


I’ve got the basics of the floor plan figured out. The decisions that need to be made are: Regular closet vs walk-in closet. I lose a little floor space with the walk-in, but it might be worth it. Kitchen and

Posted in Gardening, House


I lost my phone (again). The good side is that I am really liking my new phone. The bad side is that none of my photos of recent projects got backed up. Momma Hen finally hatched her eggs. Only two

Posted in Animals, Daily, Gardening


Pretty quiet for the most part. Trying to get caught up on housework and mowing. It seems to have stopped raining, now everything can start drying out. Noticed that one of the blackberry bushes to survive has self propagated via

Posted in Daily, Gardening
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