Issue #12 of Backwoods Home Magazine. November/December, 1991

Issue #12

November/December, 1991

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Departments

Cover 12

Note from the publisher

Letters

Editorial:
   “Just Once in a Lifetime, Group of 100”

Just for kids:
   Logic puzzles

Recipes:
   Holiday goodies for people with allergies

Original poems:
   John Earl Silveira
   Larry Cuthbert

Magazine/Book Reviews
   How to Buy Land Cheap
   Forget the Gas Pumps — Make Your Own Fuel
   Great Hideouts of the West
   The Family Cow
   Home Chiropractic video
   Countryside and Small Stock Journal
   Insight on the News

Product review:
   Vita-Mixer

Contents

Building

  • Make your own rooter rotor
  • Log building school in woods offers hands-on training
  • A house-heating solar greenhouse

Americana

  • Bicentennial of the “Bill of Rights” — would we pay the price again?

Alternative energy

  • The sunless, windless, waterless alternative energy system
  • Solar cells power historic ranches off California Coast

Country living/Crafts

  • The .22 — another useful firearm for country living
  • Instant scarflace

Self sufficiency/Money

  • A good plan to help you achieve financial independence
  • Let common sense, your taste buds guide you to storing food at home
  • Physician Assistant — a country career with opportunities galore
  • Getting started in the firewood business
  • Sources of firewood
  • Feed seven on under $300 a month

Farm/Garden

  • How to raise rabbits rabbits rabbits rabbits rabbits rabbits
  • Self-seeding herbs add random fragrance, beauty to your vegetable garden
  • For battling ants or growing earthworms, try coffee grounds
  • Salt blueberries to preserve them
  • Everything you ever wanted to know about chickens (Part II)

Health/Environment

  • Stopping the diet-go-round
  • Holiday goodies for people with allergies

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