This area is where I will share news and events of our ventures into homesteading. We hope to turn 10 acres of sagebrush and cactus into something a bit more verdant and productive through the use of a very limited supply of irrigation water, capturing and putting rain water & snow melt to good use … Continue reading Homestead Happenings
My interests are many and varied. A few are represented in the categories for this blog. The opinions expressed here are mostly my own, but, I will also share from time to time things that I read from others which I find of value. Some will be things I agree with. Some will not, particularly … Continue reading What’s This About?
Many of us have cringed or reacted with disgust or mortification as we've listened to or read about the infamous Epstein, his Lolita Express, his island hideaway, and many "big"names supposedly associated with the horrific sexual abuse that apparently occurred. But there is more to the story, much more. Abuse Rape Incest Prostitution Pornography Victimless … Continue reading Painful as HELL but Light MUST Shine to stop the Pain
if everyone had food like this. That was my cherished husband's comment as he ate dinner this evening. It was a simple dinner... an omelet made with eggs from our chickens, left over vegetables from our garden that I had cooked last night, herbs from the garden, and cheese plus fresh corn on the cob … Continue reading There Couldn’t Be Any Contention In The World…
For those who may have seen it, I mistakenly cited a source that is usually reliable and didn't check their facts before citing them. MY MISTAKE! I'm sorry! So, here is the actual data as a screenshot direct from the CDC and including their web address And if that's too small for you to read, … Continue reading I Goofed on Earlier “Great News” Post
What do you do when the garden is "squashing" you nearly to death? Mix it up! This simple garden delight consisted of half a baked spaghetti squash, half an onion - chopped, 2 sliced and quartered zuchinni, and 3 tomatoes sliced into thin wedges, all cooked lightly in a bit of olive oil. And yes, … Continue reading Summer Veggie Delight
I baked a large spaghetti squash from the garden the other day. It was too much for the two of us to eat in even two meals, so, I got a little creative and added some of it to some cheese quesadillas. Easy as can be, and we both loved 'em! Fry a corn tortilla, … Continue reading Spaghetti Squash-a-dilla
The CDC has placed a recall on certain brands of bagged salad containing iceburg lettuce, carrots and red cabbage. Brands include Wal-Mart Marketside, Fresh Express, Hy-Vee and others. Full details can be found here: https://www.cdc.gov/parasites/cyclosporiasis/outbreaks/2020/index.html
Which of these 2 people would YOU believe???? The City Commissioner or the protest organizer???? hmmmmmmmmmm Comments welcome, but keep them civil please.
I found this blog post, and it's associated links, to be eye-opening, to say the least, but, a word of warning, if you WANT to believe everything you've heard on television, from Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx, from the Democrat party leaders, Democrat governors, CDC and World Health Organization, etc., then do yourself a big … Continue reading Compiled Research on COVID-19
Honestly, the only reason the CDC and "experts" can get away with this chicanery is because so few people are brave enough to actually LOOK at the evidence they cite rather than just looking at the list of studies and ASSUMING the evidence backs the recommendations. The CDC recently changed their tune regarding face masks … Continue reading CDC on Masks – Examining the Evidence
I don't think I've seen such a low angle on a rainbow, and the base appeared to be only about a half-mile from me. Sadly, by the time I got back into the house for my camera, it had already started to fade, but, here's what was left.