For the first time ever we had to bring in the produce with a wheelbarrow. I look forward to doing this a lot more often.
Can you spot the double-yoker? Haha
My hammock tent is done. 100% recycled, repurposed, or free gear and materials. Not 1 cent was spent on this project! Now I just gotta sleep in it and give it a try.
Our first watermelon ever! 2 years of failure and we finally have some.
Second Generation of my primitive smokers. This one worked great and didn’t burn my precious jerky! I did 2.5 pounds this time.
2.5 pounds Flank Steak
5 Tablespoons Salt
3 Teaspoons Black Pepper
1 Teaspoon Garlic
1/3 Teaspoon Cayenne Pepper
3 Cups Water
Take an old plastic jug, fill with spray-foam, wait 24 hours, shoot!
We have our first dozen eggs!!!! Food from the yard!
My new Samick Sage I picked up yesterday. I LOVE this bow! Naturepunk spoke so highly of her Samick Sage that I knew it would be a great bow, and it is.
This year’s first harvest of garlic. These were grown from bulbs we found growing wild on the property. They are easily double the size of there clone parents.
Step 1: Make a lot of cattail cordage.