Ten years, four homes, and two kids after we exchanged rings, we’re finding ourselves drawn more and more to the homesteading life — preparing our own food, making our own household items, and working our own land. But with just a third of a acre of suburbia and a no-livestock clause in our deed, we are exercising our homesteading muscles as much as we can — while we wait patiently for our farm.

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    1. Thanks for the comment! We’ve talked about blogging for years, but never took the plunge until now. I like the look of your blog – nice layout and photos. I’ll have to check back and read some more later!

  1. LOVE that you are sharing this experience with others. I feel this is the direction we (civilization as a whole) needs to go. I also appreciate your honesty, most people with a blog like yours would not be bold enough to talk about gaming. Thanks for keeping it real.

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