Monthly Archives: October 2010

It’s wood splitting time on the homestead

With winter coming on us like a freight train, we suddenly have the urge to split wood. Although we have about four cords in...

Our lovely onions join our other pantry food

Our onions did so much better this year. Last year, most of our onions went double and many had soft neck rot, due to...

Harvest continues and a new crop is growing INSIDE

I saved a turkey roasting pan full of sliced pumpkin pieces from our huge pumpkin to dehydrate. As the temperatures were hot and dry...

Our new Nubian buckling

After months of searching, we finally found a new spotted Nubian buck out of good milking bloodlines. His daddy is a huge, gorgeous black...

Drying herbs

As I am still canning tomatoes, in one form or another, I'm still really busy because I don't want them to rot. But at...