Archives for July 2015

A Day In The Life Of A Homesteader

The other day a few of my favorite homestead bloggy friends and I were discussing the overwhelms and expenses involved in raising and growing our own food, and we realized we all feel the same way about homesteading- it’s hard. And overwhelming. But it’s also a source of pride, joy, and, we believe, true change. […]

Whistle Pig Hollow, Take Two.

We’ve been doing a lot of soul searching lately. A little over a year ago Farmer Dickie left his corporate job to start his own business (technically our business, although he does all the work), and a little less than a year ago our precious baby Quill joined the family. With these two changes we […]

Homemade Chocolate Sauce With No Refined Sugar

  Oh, normal people. Always giving my kiddos normal people food. Then mommy gets to be the wacko who “doesn’t let” them eat whatever said normal food may be. It’s cool though, I just try to get creative while also turning the situation into a learning experience for the kids. Recently Bridger, who will be […]

Fridays on the Farm: Summer Smackdown

I recently re-read my first (and so far, only) Friday farm update of this year. It was written in April, and it said impressive things like: We’ll heavily mulch the garden for weed control; We’ll rotationally graze the cows; We’ll keep the chickens safe from predators by keeping them in electric poultry netting. Oh the […]