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I do not normally just copy and paste a story, but Rick asked us to. This is a GREAT article covering survival kits. Rick Tscherne October 24   NOTICE TO ALL: I WOULD SINCERELY APPRECIATE IT IF YOU ALL WOULD PASS THIS ARTICLE OF MINE AROUND TO OTHERS THANKS : )F.R.E.E. SURVIVAL KITS! GET YOURS

  I have looked all over the internet and found thousands of orange peel cleaner recipes. This article is one that I consider one of the best! Enjoy a fresher smelling house with these great recipes: http://fresh-eggs-daily.blogspot.com/2012/06/homemade-orange-peel-white-vinegar-coop.html

We see these pallet projects around the internet often. I was looking for something a little different. I wanted tasteful projects that would fit a homestead environment and they had to be simple! I see projects sometimes that seem to be super complicated and require complete disassemble of the pallet. Here are a few that

You may WANT to deliver your own baby, or you may HAVE to deliver your own baby. Whatever the circumstance, Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy have created a great online guide to help you. I would HIGHLY recommend you print these three articles out for future needs: http://www.doomandbloom.net/2012/12/how-to-deliver-a-baby-in-austere-settings.html

Oct 09, 2012

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by: Administrator

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Tags: farm truck, project hoss, truck

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Categories: How-To, Our Homestead

I wanted to start a project called Project Hoss. It’s about a new truck that we purchased to work here at the house. New to me that is. It’s a 1977 Ford Crew Cab. Because we have six kids I needed something with extra space so the crew cab was essential for a work truck

Nov 12, 2010

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by: Administrator

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Tags: chicken, Cook, Delicious, Healthy, Less, Pasta, Recipe, salad

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Categories: Gardening, How-To

This looks soo good! www.thecasualgardener.com – – Shawna Coronado andChef Ryan Hutmacher, “The Centered Chef”, prepare a healthy meal for four with a Moroccan Chicken and Pasta Salad Dinner for $10 or less. Each meal in the Living Lean & Green cooking series is prepared utilizing fresh, sustainably grown, organic vegetables from Shawna’s front lawn

Apr 10, 2010

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by: Administrator

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Tags: Garden, Gardening, square foot garden

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Categories: Gardening, How-To

We finally got our Square Foot Garden setup for this year. Our boxes are 4 foot wide by 6 foot long. I wanted to go 8ft, but the 6ft long 1×6 boards were a lot cheaper. We built 6 of these boxes. Plus we still have a regular garden area tilled and ready. This area will contain the vine type foods such as watermelons, squashes, etc.

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