When Fall arrives, I’m never ready to give up gardening. This is one of the reasons I dreamed of getting a greenhouse in the first place. But if you’ve tried to grow vegetables in an unheated greenhouse, you know that in the dead of winter, it’s just not possible without a little supplementation. (more…)
When I first got my greenhouse (a long awaited dream), I had zero experience with greenhouses. My gardening repertoire had been restricted to outdoor raised beds and a couple months of seed starting under grow lights indoors. So when setting up my new Palram Greenhouse, my husband and I built two re-claimed pallet benches on each side. (more…)
The walls are going up! The trailer is finally starting to look like a trailer again.
Last Winter Jordan started planning our first road trip as a family. Baby Jor is 10 months old now and this seemed like the perfect time to introduce him to our passion of the National Parks. Our first destinations would be Sequoia and Kings Canyon!
It’s been awhile since we’ve posted an update, sorry! Jordan has been working so hard and has made a ton of progress!
For those just tuning in – in Part 1 and Part 2, we talked about finding the Kit, assessing the condition and ultimately dismantling the rotten structure down to the frame. This project is a full frame-up restoration of our 1967 Kit Companion Travel Trailer. (more…)
Over the last several years, as Jordan (my husband) and I have gotten more into gardening, we moved from buying plant starts to growing everything from seed. This saves us so much money each year. There is also a seemingly endless variety of beautiful heirloom seeds that you just can’t buy starts of at the home & garden store.
We have 7 laying hens, so egg breakfasts are what we do. This Egg Souffle is fluffy, creamy and full of delicious flavor!
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When we first thought about getting chickens, or more like, Jordan thought it was a good idea to get chickens, I had my reservations. I thought they’d be more work than benefit, I didn’t even really like eggs. I thought they would attract predators to our yard, and I just wasn’t sure I’d like chickens. I had never had them before.
Spring is arriving amazingly early here, which is making me extremely excited for gardening season! There are few things better, in my opinion. I’ve been drooling over photos of our garden from previous years and thought I’d share a few of my favorites to help get you all excited too! So, are you ready to take a tour of our little farm?
On Part I of our 1967 Kit Companion Travel Trailer project, we shared how we found the trailer and decided to start the restoration process. This week, see how Jordan starts to demo and assess the trailer’s condition.