Homesteading · Thoughts About Life

Living With Winter

As much as my disappearance might suggest otherwise, the homestead has not been buried in a Vermont winter. Well... it has, but not fatally. What has suffered most is my ability to do anything, but that is to be expected, it's just difficult to accept when I have so many dreams swirling and sparkling around… Continue reading Living With Winter

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Homesteading · Thoughts About Life

The Monotonous Life Of Chippy (A Mower Subject To A Human’s Poor Decisions)

DISCLAIMER: This is an entire post about mowing. I am so sorry. This is the tale of a brave little lawnmower asked to tackle a job of ENORMOUS proportions. Or rather... an undertaking of moderate size and less than ideal conditions which probably don't fall under Chippy's job description. "Take this wee mower and mow… Continue reading The Monotonous Life Of Chippy (A Mower Subject To A Human’s Poor Decisions)

Homesteading · Photography

A Long Delay, Bursting At The Seams (A.K.A. Healthy Photography post #1)

Well, I must say I have done very poorly at my weekly blog posts lately. My apologies if anyone has been remotely affected by this, but I suspect it is likely only I who have noticed my absence. A philosophical thought for contemplation if I've ever heard one, feeling the absence of oneself. The explanation… Continue reading A Long Delay, Bursting At The Seams (A.K.A. Healthy Photography post #1)

Thoughts About Life

The Magic Of Snow, One Sunday To The Next

Last Sunday morning I awoke at where I was house sitting to this peaceful, rural New Hampshire scene. It was impossible not to feel its serene effects, impossible not to be in awe of the dawn over one of natures magical changes of season. Even though the day before had been so stressful it felt… Continue reading The Magic Of Snow, One Sunday To The Next