It's been a busy spring at the farm. Now that we are getting caught up on things I thought I'd tour our property and see what was happening and what was blooming. I love this seasonal tour across the farm.
Down here in the South the honeysuckle are blooming and the air is fragrant and beautiful. The skies are deep baby blue and appear different than before; before Covid 19. There are rarely any planes seen in the sky and the sky appears better for it. The clouds and blues are stunning. I took a … Continue reading Traveling Across Our Farm – Such Beautiful Sounds
Follow along with us today and learn about the five key elements of a homestead kitchen. As more people begin to grow their own food again, thinking about the layout of your kitchen and/or remodeling to accommodate the home food productions steps is very helpful. Watch our Hearth & Home Series and learn what is … Continue reading The Five Most Important Items In A Homestead Kitchen – Hearth & Home
Did you know there was a mystery race here in the Appalachian mountains before the first explorers came. Did you know they were totally erased from American historical records? Learn more about our ancient bloodlines - Our Melungeon story. Melungeon DNA is the biggest break away fascination in DNA testing today. It appears a whole … Continue reading Our Ancient Melungeon Story – A Mystery Race Here In The Appalachians Pre-Dating First Explorers
It's cold this morning at the farm. We live in East Tennessee which is usually much warmer this time of year. However, this morning we awoke to a chilly 33 degrees. It's sunny now but still quite crisp. So, before I start my chores I am sitting by the wood cook stove. It's burning again … Continue reading Thinking About China During Corona Virus – A Different Perspective – View From The Farm