Love Shack!

  This little bunk house is what my father likes to call the “Love Shack”. It is tucked away just behind the main cabin with a quaint little walking trail up to it. I imagine this space will be used by family and friends in the future to give them a sweet little private space…

Meet the Neighbors

If you missed last week I showed our first SNOW!?! Okay, so this post isn’t about the neighbors in a literal sense as most of my neighbors are at least a mile or two down the road. But mother nature is always around me. One of the best things about having a homestead is the…

SNOW!?!

So the well is dug as you saw in There she blow!!! Water! but work on the pump stopped because of the approach of winter. How dare nature do me like that! But… I had just planted the horse pasture the day before so the timing could not have been more spot on because it helped to hydrate…

The Garden of Eden

Here we are again, last week you were able to see the progress on the inside of the homestead through the post Home sweet home now it is time for me to share the beautiful garden and landscaping outside the home. The garden space on this property is easily 2000 square feet. For a beginning gardener this…

Chores

PTO = Progress was my last post about a very successful week off where I worked hard to complete the pasture and dry lot. The work was very difficult alone but unbelievably rewarding once I stepped back and peered at what I was able to accomplish. I said I would and so I did! Having a…

PTO = Progress

As you saw last week in my previous post Demolition Work is FUN! the main house is looking rather sad now that the one wall was torn down and the camper trailer was removed. Change is in the air and it is very exciting!  Now… What to do with an old camp trailer? Well, post it…