Things to Consider When Moving Into a New Community

While chatting with locals at the Ten Mile Market, I overheard a conversation that echoed what I’ve been hearing, all the new people moving in is changing this charming little town. It opened my mind to something I haven’t thought of…our impact on the community we’re moving into. Each community has it’s own vibe, cultureContinue reading “Things to Consider When Moving Into a New Community”

Peppermint Rescued Me From Mice, Ants and Mystery Critters

Anyone off grid has pest stories to tell, we move right in with them when we move into nature. Our pest story is all about mice and ants. Ants have been pretty easy to deal with, I removed them from our on grid house in the past. The ants here seem just as easy toContinue reading “Peppermint Rescued Me From Mice, Ants and Mystery Critters”

First Day At The Ten Mile Market

It’s been over a year since we appeared live anywhere. Now that we’re settled in on the homestead, we decided to be part of the Ten Mile Market. Our first day was last Saturday, April 2. It was very nice to get back to making products and planning our table display. I love having conversationsContinue reading “First Day At The Ten Mile Market”

Its All Just Dirt!

There are those who get us and those who don’t and there’s not a darn thing wrong with that. Those who believe in freedom will leave the ones they don’t get alone to freely live out their weird ass lives. Those who believe in conformity will try to tell those who are different than themContinue reading “Its All Just Dirt!”

Who You Are Can’t Be Shrunk Into Mindless Political Labels of Manipulation

Name calling is a tool of the weak and powerless. It is nothing more than a sign of something that is beneath us humans is falling apart. It’s a desperate effort to hurt someone or gain control, it’s the last thing done before someone’s demise…the mental illness we call politics included.

Gardening in December?!?!

Haven being raised in Illinois and later migrated all the way to Wisconsin, gardening in winter just wasn’t heard of in my world. Even though the majority of my family is from the south where the growing season is much longer and the winters aren’t as harsh, I somehow missed the message that we canContinue reading “Gardening in December?!?!”

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