So here is what it’s all about. For one year we will make our lives a bit more public in order to share what is it is like living on a small family farm in rural America. You will share in our real world, uncensored. You will see how we do what we do, how we live, how we make ends meet or not, what we eat, what we raise, in general how we live. You can ask us questions, we reply back in the blog.
Monday, November 10, 2014
Solar security lights and outdoor lights and a rotten bull
Good evening from the mountain, it has been a long few days, but that seems to be quite the norm around here. A little while ago I was just sitting here working on a book when my husband comes into to let me know the bull is in the winter garden. I was so mad I go the gun out and thought about how lovely he would taste, but I have no time to butcher a bull today, so he lives. He tore up part of a row of turnips, trampled some more and stepped on my radishes, ewww.
Aside from the bull I got new lights in today, I love my solar.
Two sets of string lights and one new security light. It is a great place to start. I am also getting solar lights for the barn, but that is taking a bit longer as funds are tight.
Anyway that is our progress for the week, thanks for being a part of our world and remember just changing out one light over to solar is the first step in making the world a better place and freeing yourself from the power company.
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