Homesteading is tricky especially when Mother Nature Strikes. Not only can homesteading and farm life be tricky, it can also be so rewarding. It can be a real challenge!
This is the time of the year that Spring Fever sets in, time to start thinking about my garden.
Here we are in the middle of January, a time when many people get the winter blues. January is kind of hard month, a let down after such a busy November and December. The social life slows down, no more
(This post contains affiliate links) Idaho is famous for the potatoes we grow. Naturally we love to eat Idaho potatoes. Every year we plant a lot of potatoes in our garden. We eat them, give them to our kids, neighbors, and friends and it seems we still have an abundance to store. Since
We have found that Garlic planted in the fall works a lot better than if it is planted in the spring. Last year we planted our Garlic in the fall and our August harvest this year was awesome. As soon as the snow melted off of the garden this spring, our garlic was already (read more)