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Monday’s Homestead Barn Hop #60

>30 April 2012
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Good Monday morning to ya! Thanks for joining the Barn Hop ladies, Amy from Homestead Revival, Jill from The Prairie Homestead, and myself, for another weekly round-up of linky love.

Well, hopefully the threat of frost is past me now. I have a few more things to get in the ground, but I’m almost finished putting the Spring garden in!! I’m so anxious to watch it grow.

Lots of projects going on around here as always. And a lot that needs finishing up, like the greenhouse and new chicken coop. I hope you’ve been able to steadily put one foot before the other in your walk toward self-sufficiency.

In case you missed it, here’s an AWESOME post I just had to share from last week’s Homestead Barn Hop linkup…

Joybilee Farm shared all kinds of medicinal uses for pine trees- which I am SO into, ’cause we are surrounded by pines! This post definitely inspired me to get out there and start harvesting those needles.

If you are at all interested in wild foraging, or making your own herbal medicines, take a minute to check out her article!

 

And as always, a big thanks to everyone who has linked up. Our Homestead Barn Hop would be awfully boring without you!

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2 Comments »

  • Sarah @ The Cyclist's Wife said:

    Hi, thanks for hosting! I am sharing my Marinara #1 – roma tomato, roasted red pepper & basil. As a cycling & running household we eat lot’s of pasta. I went searching for a scratch marinara recipe and was dismayed when I couldn’t find one that didn’t have any canned tomato ingredients. So I started to create a series of my own. Using your own tomatoes or the overly ripe tomatoes from your local farmer’s market makes this less expensive and even more tasty. Enjoy!

  • Kendra at New Life On A Homestead (author) said:

    Perfect, Sarah!! Thanks for sharing!!

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