Wood





4/11/2016
A fruitful workday on our homestead and we discover native azaleas!
1/4/2016
With a little imagination, you can find art even in a woodpile.
9/25/2015
You might find food sources lurking in surprising places!
3/30/2015
The author shares her experiences with ticks on the homestead and offers some advice.
1/2/2015
A couple builds a log cabin home in the Maine woods.
12/1/2014
The author extols the virtues of a well-functioning mudroom and the beauty of a woodstove on a cold winter day.
10/28/2014
Tips on types of wood for firewood, chimney upkeep, and how much firewood to store.
4/21/2014
Much of our barn needed replacing. On the other hand, much of it could be saved. It was time to take saving it seriously.
4/16/2014
A story of the first time we used our woodstove.
2/21/2014
We are learning not to waste anything, not even rotted trees.
2/11/2014
Reading someone else's blog lead Mary to learn new things like cleaning and seasoning cast iron, and then making toast on a wood-burning stove.
1/21/2014
Let me introduce myself in this, my first blog, for the Capper's Farmer family.
12/30/2013
Heating the rural farmhouse with propane is outrageously expensive. We are learning the art and science of heating with wood ... sometimes the hard way!
12/10/2013
A celebration of family for Thanksgiving.
12/9/2013
I started hanging clothes five years ago, shortly before we bought the farm, and I just can’t go back to using the dryer again.
11/11/2013
Country life isn't always easy, but it has great rewards. Hard work brings a deep sense of peace and contentment.
10/19/2013
What happens when you try to show a teenage boy something and you are a preteen girl.
10/6/2013
It was a house that most women would run from, but somehow, I was blind to the mess.
2/15/2012
The story of how we got here and who we are.




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