Monthly Archives: July 2013

Blessings from a Friend

Wonderful new blog picture above!! A wonderful friend collected these veggies for me! Plus a cantaloupe and organic mushrooms. Can’t beat a friend who helps run the farmer’s market. She grew the potatoes – don’t they look beautiful??? I can’t … Continue reading

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New Adventure

Here’s the newest toy at Beulah Land Homestead – a Nesco American Harvest dehydrator! I wish I had thought about how big it was before I ordered. MAYBE I would have made sure it fit in the sink to wash … Continue reading

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The Pot Pie Quilt

I was looking for information on how closely I had to quilt homemade sheep wool batting in a quilt. After googling and getting no where I finally found an old farm bureau’s bulletin on line. It went into detail on … Continue reading

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America Bless God Again on this July 4th

Our cry today isn’t “God bless America,” but “AMERICA bless God again.” However you celebrate the 4th of July spend some time praying we train our eyes on God and we KEEP our eyes on God. I remember the visit … Continue reading

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‘Tis the Season!!

I’m in hog heaven here at Beulah Land! The garden is producing more than just for the table. Not as much as I’d like yet (exactly how much is that anyway???) which means I’m not carrying in bushels of tomatoes … Continue reading

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