Welcome back Homesteaders! In today's episode I get a little
philosophical as I discuss how Paganism helped to lead me to a
homesteading and preparedness lifestyle. I'm also providing links to The
Survival Podcast and Relevant Nonsense for those who would like to
listen to my interviews there.
Welcome back Homesteaders! Today we will discuss some of the things you should consider when looking for your own country property. And don't forget, I'll be at Red Dawn in Oklahoma City doing a class on Sept 15 on Intro to Homesteading. The class starts at 10 AM and costs $10. I will also be at Pagan Pride Day in Edmond on Sept 28th. The event will be from 10-6 at 2800 W. 15th St. Edmond, OK. Entry is free with free parking.
http://www.unitedcountry.com/ Website for rural properties
Welcome back Homesteaders! I will warn you now, if you don't want to listen to me ramble on about the May tornadoes then you may not want to listen to this episode. In today's show, I fill you guys in on our experiences during the May tornadoes and how we used our bug out bags when we needed to. I also share some of the lessons we learned and I vent a little about how annoying the media is.
Today we will look at what you can do to be prepared for disasters that can happen at any time. Being prepared isn't crazy, it's just good common sense.
Nobody go into shock! Two shows in one month! This one is an experiment so let me know what you guys think!
Welcome back Homesteaders! Sorry I've been away for so long but today we will be discussing the gun debate that is currently going on in this country, a book series titled 299 Days, 13 skills in 13 and the emergency bag I have been working on for the car. Hope you guys enjoy it!
Welcome back Homesteaders! Well Thanksgiving is over and now it is time to jump into the busy shopping season....or is it? Today we will look at a few creative ways you can make a homemade gift that will probably be more appreciated by the recipient and less stressful on your pocket book. Enjoy!
Branch Candle Holders
DIY Vintage Bookmarks
Homemade Bath Salts
Jar lids painted with chalkboard paint
Custom made coasters
Long time no see Homesteaders! I hope everyone had a wonderful Halloween! Today we will be talking about our most versatile crop, corn. We will also take a look at today's Ancestral Animal and discuss why we all need to be prepared.
I tried to get to the page for the LDS manual but it keeps telling me it's broken. I will try again or at least see if I can find it somewhere else so I can get it posted.
Welcome back Homesteaders! This is a short minicast to let you guys know what's up in the world of homesteading...at least on our end. Don't worry, I'll be back!