Category Archives: gardening

Summer Retrospective – 2013

As I’ve said before, life is busy.  Having a family as large as ours, life is definitely busy.  I’ve been pondering the harvest this year.  The garden went better in a few areas, but was a learning experience overall.  I … Continue reading

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Herd Management, Scripture, and Gardening

It’s been quite a while since I dropped by, or even stopped long enough to gather a few thoughts together.  It’s almost July, and there’s still so much to be done.  We made it through kidding season without incident.  The … Continue reading

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Lately

Lately, life had been hot and busy.  Hot – it’s been one of the hottest summers on record in our little burg.  Multiple days over 100, hitting 108 last Saturday.  The garden was pretty well burned up, which means I … Continue reading

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Happenings

Well, it’s spring.  That means all sorts of things developing around the house.  We have garden sites under construction.  The pizza garden is still developing, and should be finished soon.  Then will come the terraced strawberry beds in front of … Continue reading

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Morphing Life?

Well, change comes to us all.  What change, do you ask?  Well, for me and my family, it’s been a journey that stared two years ago to change the way we eat.  Homeroasting had taken me much closer to my … Continue reading

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Miscellanies

The childer of the household have been ill of late, which has made life a bit more busy: less time to drop notes here, less time to roast, less time for most of anything.  Add to that fatigue from an … Continue reading

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New Blogroll Entry/Pic

Well, you just might have noticed a new little pick over to the left saying “Take Back Your Food!”.  It’s a rally cry to revitalize the lost art of gardening.  It’s an act of rebellion against the agribusiness sector that … Continue reading

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