Monday, January 30, 2012

Barn Hop #47

Good morning Homesteading friends! Welcome to the Monday Barn Hop! For those of you who are new, this is a weekly opportunity to link up your blog post on any homesteading topic so that others can visit and get to know you. In turn, you can visit their blogs, gathering some great ideas!

It's always fun to see what others are doing and how they're solving problems as they encounter various homesteading challenges. Take gardening for example... this subject has been on my mind a lot the past week. There are so many ways to grow a vegetable garden; the number of techniques and philosophies are quite astounding. But because each of us must garden with different variables (climate, soil conditions, weather patterns, pests and beneficial insects, etc.), it just isn't a one size fits all.

This week I'll be sharing some thoughts on a particular method that I've recently encountered, but I've lived and gardened long enough to know that it may not be a fit for everyone. However, I do think it's worth considering. Even if you've tried a similar method and failed, you might glean something new that may make the difference between failure and success. (Did I get your curiosity up yet?)

All that to say, visiting different homesteads is a real blessings. Each of you contributes uniquely based on your experiences, research, and focus. Thank you for helping to cultivate the homesteading community!

Join The Barn Hop!
and Amy @ Homestead Revival...

...invite you to link up and share your homesteading adventures!

1. Write a blog post about what's going on at your homestead or a post on something you're learning or an item of interest that will benefit the homesteading community. Be sure to add the red barn button and link back here so others can join in the fun.

2. Come back here and enter your information in the Linky. Please be sure to link to your actual post (click your title and then copy the URL above) and not your home page so those participating later in the week can find your post easily.

3. If you don't have a blog, leave a comment and tell us what's going on at your homestead!

Please Note: As hostesses of the Homestead Barn Hop, please understand that we reserve the right to remove any links that are not family friendly. While this may be subjective, we will err on the side of caution in order to keep our blogs appropriate for all readers. Thank you for your understanding!


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