Old Time





9/30/2013
A short dissertation on the differences between modern farming machinery and the ones my grandfather used.
8/25/2014
Gramma tells a story about a mistake she made and what she learned from it.
1/22/2014
California has had the worst drought year in recorded history. If we don't get some rain, farmers won't be the only ones crying the blues.
10/26/2013
Some of the varieties of free fruits available for the taking. All it takes is a little time, a little work, and some scouting of the area for what grows in your neck of the woods.
6/13/2014
Even the foundations of abandoned buildings can soon be ruined.
10/16/2013
Along with the land came a house, along with the house came a disgusting basement.
4/9/2014
We discovered you can take the sag out of a barn roof without machinery and very little money.
10/30/2013
The farm was a disaster, but we were out to save it - one weekend at a time.
3/10/2014
Super easy to make and ever so scrumptious - a recipe from the old farm.
3/27/2014
This building continues to serve us, even after it was razed.
3/14/2014
We read that one need not be hasty in destroying old farm buildings, especially if you can’t afford new ones, as they can often still be used.
2/16/2014
Re-purpose old louver doors into a lovely bookshelf in just one day!
6/27/2014
We finally hired a mason after seeing the problems with the 100-year-old stone foundations ... join Bryan and Lori for a look at the before and afters in the 100-year-old house and barn!
1/16/2014
Make corned beef the way your mother used to make it.
10/11/2013
A paragraph or two on what different people consider comfort foods.
1/13/2014
A short history of a few Red Currant bushes at the ranch where my husband and I live.
9/13/2013
Old, old canning jars and how they worked, or didn’t.




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