Plant tomatoes, the say, they’re easy, they say! So I planted some tomato seeds and would you believe that forty-one of those cute little seeds turned into cute little plants way before the ground was unfrozen? ALL RIGHT! I’M GOING TO BE ROLLING IN TOMATO SAUCE AND SALSA!! Don’t count your chickens before they’re hatched.… Continue reading My Ever-Teasing Tomato Plants – A Quick Update on Life
It’s easy to forget what all the struggle is for when you continue trudging through the nothingness for so long. I’m still living in a house that I think is physically obliterating my health, where I can’t even own chickens… and it’s been well past the time I felt I should have earned my way… Continue reading Daydreaming About Tiny Houses… A Day in Vermont
Well! It’s been a fun day! I decided I wanted I make a play pen for my Angoras. I didn’t want anything too permanent but I did want something that’d keep them in one pretty large space. So when I discovered there was this stuff called Rabbit Fencing, used to keep wild rabbits out of… Continue reading New Bunny Playpen Installed!
I’m just checking into this blog to let you all know I am still alive and doing well. It’s been a rough winter for me but this spring seems like a rebirth! I am still living somewhere where I can’t have chickens and it looks like I will be stuck here for quite a while… Continue reading Spring Projects Abound!
Well, my life is calming down a lot and spring is coming up so it’s time to start refocusing my attention on this homesteading blog. Now, I know, I am no longer on a homestead, but I am working towards it again and in the meantime people are still asking me all sorts of chicken… Continue reading On Breeding Dual Purpose Sex Links
This is going to be big! Time to start a new farm! Inviting you all to come with me!
Setting up at the season’s first farmer’s market, lamenting about gardening, and aspiring to the future homestead.
There is a happy balance between Old School Sustainable Farming and new and upcoming technologies. We CAN have the best of both worlds!
It’s a sad day but Rindle Ridge Farm is no longer a thing. I moved off the farm a whole month before I was scheduled to because things were getting hostile and I didn’t feel safe there anymore. I did what I had to do. It was one of the hardest decisions of my life… Continue reading Goodbye Farm
Starting a homestead on a shoestring – should I make a house and a barn from a used shipping container?