Category Archives: Homestead living

Unplugged …. Nope, Turned Off.

Enjoy this picture of beautiful Edgar, cause it’s the only beautiful thing about this post. post deleted due to overuse of the word “I”. Couldn’t delete Edgar’s picture, though! Debbie

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Fall Adventures

Our Texas fall temps are still in the high 90’s, which is miserable for the fall garden but great to brood out meat chickens. We ordered 40 meat chicks and 12 Buffs to replace the current laying flock. The new … Continue reading

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Edgar, the Big Yellow Hunter

Edgar doesn’t like this heat any more than we do so he’s most active in early to mid morning. As he’s maturing his great hunting lineage is maturing in him as well. I never thought about how the hunting championships … Continue reading

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Turkey Days and Days and Days…..

This week is turkey promotion week. It started Saturday when we butchered two toms and a hen. We didn’t have room in the refrigerator, roaster or pressure canner to process more than 3 at at time. Here’s picture of the … Continue reading

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Week of canning

Busy week and weekend canning – Pizza sauce 2 batches of strawberry jam – LOW SUGAR!! 1 batch of blueberry jam – LOW SUGAR!! Pickled peppers So quick and easy to type that out, a little longer and harder to … Continue reading

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A Time for Everything

I was thinking about Proverbs as I was pulling weeds out of the garden this morning. I always wondered what Solomon was thinking of when he wrote it, “A time to plant, a time to pluck up what’s planted, a … Continue reading

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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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