It's been a few years since I have had a nice garden, so I am going to give it a go again this year. I have done things here and there the last few years. I started a small strawberry patch, added some fruit tree's (ok, about 10 of them), and added some herbs to my herb garden. about 2 years ago I added an Oregano plant, I didn't expect much from it, since I had no idea what to expect. That Oregano bush has become my pride and joy! It's strange that I feel so accomplished by one plant. I also st
Ok, this is cause for some excitement! I am going to order my peach tree for my front yard and three raspberry stalks for my backyard!!!! How cool will it be to just go outside and pick a peach off the tree and eat it?? Or to just walk outside and pick 7-8 peaches and make up a batch of peach jam,, or peach syrup,,, the list is endless. Gosh I hope one peach tree does me!
I have no idea how many raspberries a few stalks will give you but the idea of getting a nice beautiful bowlful suits m
well, didn't get to much accomplished today. One of my kids stayed home from school so all I got done was the kids laundry,, actually, that is an accomplishment in itself. I only have three kids but man can they go through the clothes!
I did find hotdogs at Walmart for .88 each per package so I bought 10 of them to store in the freezer. A little bit here and there really adds up. I bought seal a meal bags too, wish I could find 'em cheaper
I think i'll just blow the whole night off and
I live in the city and am a newbie survivalist. I live on a 35 by 107 lot. I have a garden, water bath and pressure can our food. I do alot of baking from scratch. We don't have any animals except for our dog. Due to city regulations we don't have enough property to have animals. We make due with what we have. Our goal eventually is to move to the country. One day that may happen. I'm married to a wonderfully supportive man and have three terrific children.
What do I consider a survivalist