Rabi’ al-thani

If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. Wayne Dyer Wood stove Our wood stove arrived as the cold nights of late fall settle in. Using propane powered heat living in a woodland has been a temporary solution. This stove isn’t just keeping us warm it reduces our […]

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West African Goats

A ruminant is essential to the meeting the goals of deceasing our dependence on the economics of usury. We decided to start with Nigerian dwarfs two does and a buck. We intend to produce milk, meat, and a few offspring each year for trade.

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Update

This week we moved our campsite from our neighbors’ land to our own. We didn’t have easy access to our land so last week we cleared a path and an acre. Last night was our first time sleeping on the land. I’ve been busy with building projects and propagating plants. I’ve been looking for goats […]

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Purple Tree Collards

Today I received 15 cuttings of purple tree collards. I grew them for years in the northwest but this will be my first time growing them in the southeast. They appeared a bit stressed from the shipping but this is one of the most resilient plants I’ve ever grown. I’m looking forward to getting them […]

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