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Monday’s Homestead Barn Hop #64

Submitted by on June 3, 2012 – 7:05 pm
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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.

I hope you all had a wonderful weekend! As you may have noticed, we took a break from our Barn Hop in honor of Memorial Day, but there were so many really neat posts linked up to the hop the week before, I’m sure there was more than enough material to keep you entertained during the holiday!

One post in particular caught my curiosity, so I thought I’d point it out in case you missed it!

  Rose Petal at Live Ready Now shared how she experimented with some solar cooking using a car windshield  shade. Very cool!! I love this ’cause I’ve seen similar contraptions made from cardboard and tin foil… but who has the time to fool around with building one when you can just as easily unfold one of these bad boys!

I enjoyed reading her experience, and what she found worked best for her. This is definitely something I’d like to learn to do as well. When you get a chance, hop on over and say hello to Rose Petal!

And as always, a HUGE thanks to everyone who participates in our Homestead Barn Hop. We are so blessed to have so many wonderful, creative, productive people in our ever-growing community here. Keep up the good work. You never know if you’ll be featured next!

 

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