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After much discussion between Kassy, Nate and myself, I’ve finally opened an Etsy shop to sell the products of my second favorite hobby: Woodworking. Above, you can see [..]
A few years ago, I planted 12 different types of grapes on the farm, including many plants that I cloned. This year I’ve finally started to taste the [..]
It’s been an unseasonable cool summer, with what seems like twice the normal amount of rain. I’ve only had to water the garden in the first few weeks [..]
I’ve been meaning to take cool weather veggies more seriously for several years now. I’ve never had much luck with the likes of broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage, and [..]
This summer I acquired a small, antique bull-dozer. I didn’t have any use in mind for it, but the prices was too good to pass up. The first [..]
When I moved into my new home, I had a half completed project waiting for me in the background. This structure was originally intended to be a horse [..]
After years of telling myself to cut back, I’ve finally managed to plant a much smaller, much more “normal” sized garden. It’s amazingly simple to maintain, and I [..]
I’ve been starting tomatoes in my greenhouse for several years now, but I’ve just now learned something new: If you start tomatoes too early, it seems to stunt [..]
This year I managed to get all of my tomato and pepper seeds started at roughly the same time. I started all of these trays in my home during the [..]
The winter blues finally got the best of me, and so I gave in, and started planting seeds early. I told myself I was doing a tomato trial [..]