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Family from above

Family from above

Tales of books read, berries wildcrafted, and rivers swum.

Harvesting mulberry
leaves

Only family truly understands how awesome it is that there's a mulberry tree along the driveway near where you're visiting, so you can snag some silkworm fodder on the way home.

Our chickens dealt well with my neglect this week since their automatic chicken waterer makes them very low maintenance.  (Plus, Mark picked up remarkably huge amounts of slack.  Thanks, honey!)


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Ack! I am all caught up! Now I have nothing to read! Well, except Radical Homemakers which I checked out of the library because you recommended it. If I find any of the other books you've read show up at the Bristol library I'll probably read those, too.
Comment by Emily Sat Jun 22 13:37:30 2013

One very unique homestead, $1,500 per acre, the opportunity of a lifetime