I just love how they show up everywhere this time of year, not just in the foliage.
Folks, I am back from my vacation and have decided to take a few days to move the last of my content over to this new site. If you are getting a lot of FB posts for activity, it is only that. I should be up and running completely by next week!
The freestone peaches at the market on Saturday were glorious. We made the most of them.
I’m not much of a kid person. I’m more of a dog person. You know my type…the woman who stops strangers on the street to coo over their pet; the one who almost always has a four legged co-pilot when driving around town; who, when invited to dinner at someone’s house, is likely to spend […]
I woke up this morning and came down to my office. I should have done yoga. I should have meditated. Instead, I fixed my attention on the woodstove. It’s late May, for Pete’s sake, I shouldn’t need a fire. But I couldn’t stop shivering. I stumbled through the dark outside until I had some kindling […]
By Harvey Ussery Chelsea Green Press, ISBN: 978-1603582902 ; $39.95 Ussery is a homesteader inVirginiawho has taken his passion for poultry to the written page. He paired up with Chelsea Green to publish a phenomenal resource that delves into everything from the philosophy of why and how we should be keeping poultry, to housing, starting […]
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