Hello. Sorry for the long absence. It seems as though Life and this blog are at odds with each other. Either way, I’d love to share with you a few milestones we have reached. 1. A $10,000 Emergency Fund I’ve shared with you our debt free journey (house and all) but in April we completed […]
The girl’s room renovation is underway! We moved our king bed that was there previously to the “master bedroom” and even though both rooms are TINY, it fits much better in that layout. We now have a blank slate for the girl’s room. The new girls’ room will need to be multi-functional because both of […]
This giveaway has ended. Hello friends and welcome to our latest giveaway! This month we are giving away a super cute and useful Chicken Coop Gift Basket! 1 Winner will receive: 1 Custom Chicken Coop Sign 1 Egg Collecting Basket 2 Ceramic Nest Eggs Let’s talk a little more about the prizes, shall we? Custom […]
Man was I tired of going in and out of my coop/run to refill the chicken feeder. Fighting the hens at the door was juuuust a bit annoying, so I decided to build something I could fill from the outside. Check it out.
When we were inspecting our new trailer during the Are-we-really-gonna-buy-this-thing stage, we immediately noticed that the AC unit would have to be replaced. We knew the heat didn’t work because the reversing valve was stuck, but exactly when the AC would go out was anybody’s guess. Being that we live in Florida, we didn’t care […]
Paid-for or not, this trailer of ours is old, dirty, and outdated and we are determined to modernize it and make it home. There’s only one small problem. It’s a 1972 mobile home. Completely renovated, $30k is the absolute max we could get for this property if/when we choose to sell it. $25k is […]
It was getting very hard to move our chicken tractor, so I decided to finally add some more wheels in the front. This is one of those things where I’m thinking…”Man, I wish I would have done this a long time ago.” Check it out. Outtakes at the end.
Can I just say how hard it is to be healthy? It’s hard. I make a valiant effort to eat organic, whole foods that are traditionally prepared at home. We stay away from gluten, caffeine, MSG, processed milk, and white sugar. We make our own yogurt and eat plenty of healthy fats. We even buy local, […]
We finally did it. We dispatched, dressed, and cooked our first homegrown rabbit. Actually, it was Brian who did all that. I just watched. Barely. We did this months back before we moved to our new homestead but things got crazy busy and I forgot to tell you about it. Big Mama We purchased Big […]
Around this house we can’t get enough of Joel Salatin. The guy just makes so much sense. I’m reading his book Folks, This Ain’t Normal: A Farmer’s Advice for Happier Hens, Healthier People, and a Better World and love it. Joel’s approach to farming is really common sense, but yet uncommon, uncomplicated, and perfectly fulfilled. I’m not going to […]