Nana finds all sorts of uses for the catnip she grows on her ranch.
Making custom soaps, with ingredients you have, is easy and fun!
Grandma always used hankies. I use some I inherited from her to keep the tradition alive!
A ranch's dirty little secret - the junk pile!
A look at some country mailbox owners displaying their creativity.
Gloves might seem like an ordinary object on a ranch or a farm, but this author thinks they are a work of art.
Donna Rae creates and tests two styles of handmade dishcloths.
Lots of projects can be made with felt, and it's not that hard to create your own. With wool batts and a little muscle, you can make your felt exactly the way you want it.
The second part of how to crochet rag rugs. Here we start crocheting the actual rug and learn how to finish it simply.
The author and her husband, a retired police officer, give an overview of firearms for non-hunting purposes for the average ranch or homestead.
We were bone-weary with no place to relax.
Memories of corn de-tasseling.
Using old-fashioned gardening tools and methods.
Old, old canning jars and how they worked, or didn’t.
The first month of hand milking my goat has not been an easy one.
Iron pans are great for every thing on a farm, ranch or homestead.