Here is this week's Old Ways Virtual Classroom™ topic - The Art Of Open Fire Cooking - From Pilgrim to Pioneer. It is free and is designed to share history on the topic selected for the week, inform viewers and also provide ways to engage the family this weekend around this topic. Remember to subscribe … Continue reading Today’s Old Ways Virtual Classroom™ Topic: From Pilgrim To Pioneer ~ The Art Of Open Fire Cooking
Yesterday we had an incredibly fun day with family here at HiBar Ranch nestled deep in the Smoky Mountains next to Smoky Mountain National Park. #castironcooking #campfirecooking We had a "decorate the farm" challenge with our grown daughters who each got $100 dollars to buy fall harvest decor and incorporate things from the farm, to … Continue reading Cast Iron Cooking Over Campfire and Fall Decorate The Farm Challenge – Join Us!
We have been so busy here at HiBar Ranch that I haven't even had time to blog. So, I am doing catch up on all the things we have been doing in the last month. With the Corona Virus hitting the world, it put us into fast and furious mode. We typically are busy this … Continue reading Holy Cow! The Last Month At HiBar Has Been Crazy
Our You Tube Channel - HiBar Ranch We have started a youtube channel and we encourage you all to subscribe to it as we will be videoing all the amazing things we are doing at our pioneer homestead and also capturing the historical activities of Davis family genealogy that is so pervasive in East Tennessee … Continue reading Our New HiBar Ranch YouTube Channel – Explore the stunning beauty of this heritage farm in the Great Smoky Mountains
Yesterday started with a balmy 21 degrees here in the smokies at our farm. The chores were less than ideal as when heading out I found that our water was frozen for the livestock barn. All the water feeders were frozen up; buckets, rabbit's water bottles and even the water stand itself. We have three … Continue reading Snow Flurries & Frozen Water With Babies In The Barn