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makingofahomehomestead on InstgramStarting to bring the outside in 🍂🌿🍁#homestead #urbanhomestead #homesteading #backyardgardenMy first attempt at dying with marigolds ☀️🌼 Thank you so much for the inspiration @sunshinemeadow6 💛Quickly becoming my favorite day of the year 💚 #sharenight2019 #taprootmakealong #makers #communityAnother day in paradise 🌿💚 #upnorth #wisconsin #earthgoodsminocqua #homeschoolingadventures #homeschoolingontheroad #homeschool #homeschoolingfamilyOh Northwoods, how I love you so. 💚 #homeschoolingadventures #takinglearningoutdoors #takinglearningontheroad #homeschool #homeschooling #homeschoolingfamily #upnorth #wisconsinHomeschool Field Trip Time! Today we visited Madison, Wisconsin for the kick off of our Wisconsin unit study. We visited the capitol building for social studies and then off to my favorite spot, Tropic Jewel, for a math and art lesson. #homeschooladventures #learningthroughlivingIt’s not every day that you get to drive through a rainbow 💦🌈☀️A HUGE thank you to everyone who came out today to support the Y!!! 🙌🏻 And an extra special thank you to our CEO Brent Pentenburg for riding for 7 HOURS! It’s not too late to show your support of the Y and all of the programs and services we offer people right here in the 815. Simply text PuriSpin to 41444 to donate. For A Better Us.So, we have some tomatoes 😳😆 #homegrowntomatoes #homestead #homesteading #urbanhomestead #urbanhomesteader #soontobesauce 😋
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A few months ago, while nestled in my bed reading an issue of my favorite magazine, Taproot, I happened upon a lovely little piece written by Amanda Riley about a gathering called a “Swap Party.” The concept and spirit behind … Continue reading
A few months back I shared my love of cabbage with all of you. But maybe I wasn’t being specific enough, or not general enough, depending upon how you look at it. In actuality I harbor a secret love for … Continue reading
I love cabbage in an obsessive, kind-of-creepy way. I adore it raw in salads, sautéed in butter, and cooked down alongside a big ole’ roast in a low and slow oven. But perhaps my favorite way to enjoy this curciferous … Continue reading
Well friends, it’s June 16th, and I am coming at you with my first garden update of the 2017 growing season. Hum. Where exactly did the time go? And better yet, what on earth have I been doing? Time has … Continue reading
Last fall I did some reading about how to grow pumpkins. I was astonished to find that many people said to simply discard of your old pumpkins in an area in which you want to grow pumpkins again. Those pumpkins … Continue reading