Your most important tool in your garden is dirt, but your favorite tool will be this upcycled pallet turned into a garden dirt leveling drag. While leveling your garden is quite a chore, this drag makes it much less painful than it needs to be. I’m not promising that it is fun or easy, but… Continue reading Upcycled Pallet Garden Dirt Leveling Drag
The cold, miserable weather this time of year is far from cozy to me. I enjoy seeing sunshine streaming through the windows, feeling a warm breeze on my face and, despite seasonal allergies, can’t wait for Spring. This week, I found myself clinging desperately to the hope of an early Spring and my new buddy,… Continue reading Anxious for Spring!
After years of wishing and mental planning, we finally have our organic vegetable garden in! (YAY!) Let me first start off by saying that timing is everything. A few years ago, I was able to purchase retaining wall bricks at a steal of a price but, that year, the garden didn’t get planted. The next… Continue reading Backyard Organic Vegetable Gardening- 3 Weeks In
Since we are still working on my bathroom remodel, I asked a handy neighbor to build Georgia a new rabbit hutch. He asked for a few details, briefly discussed design and easy cleaning and, since it is public knowledge that IHOP is one of my favorite restaurants (and I have a wacky sense of humor),… Continue reading IHOP Themed Rabbit Hutch
This is Dixie, possibly the world’s greatest pet… She does an amazing trick- She eats weeds from our yard and, well… helps to make our garden grow. I almost don’t mind carrying her leavings to add to our compost. Certainly, it’s not the most fragrant job in the world but it makes a world… Continue reading Urban Homesteading- Meet Dixie