Do you ever give some advice to people, then realize the person who needs it the most is you? That’s basically how last week went here at the Holler Homestead. The ducks discovered the creek resulting in a cascading series of projects that were of top priority, and not originally on my list.
Today, I will cover something promised from last week: potato preservation, go over questions to ask as a result of reading chapter 6 of Gaia’s Garden, there will be the first in a series of gardening economics discussions, and, last but not least, Dances with Ducks - a view into how keeping animals means you can’t depend on any plan you ever make.
Justin Rhodes chicken tractor plans
Getting the Gardens Ready
Where we share what we are doing to get our food growing operation up and running.
Tales from the Prepper Pantry
How we are keeping our winter stores interesting.
Stories from the Holler
Bee mentor/ Hive inspection
Lessons learned from Toby Hemenway
This week: Chapter 6
Next Week*: Chapter 7
Do home gardens save you money?
Dances with Ducks
It is so nice at this time of year to go outside in the morning with my cup of coffee and watch the world go by for a few minutes before diving in. And despite the ducky duties this week, things are still moving forward at the Holler Homestead. Thank you so much for joining me today here on Living Free in Tennessee and make it a great week!