Homesteading

How to Easily Build a Chicken Tractor from Upcycled Pallets

  How to Easily Build a Chicken Tractor from Upcycled Pallets – If you’ve ever kept chickens, I’m sure you know the most difficult task is not keeping them in but keeping predators out. We created this extremely functional chicken tractor using materials we already had on hand. *This post may contain affiliate links. I …

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Cincinnati’s Best Kept Secret – Chateau Laroche (Loveland Castle)

Cincinnati’s Best Kept Secret – Chateau Laroche (Loveland Castle) – My words cannot do justice to this amazing wonder. The pictures may make a better attempt, but neither will they truly capture its grandeur. The Chateau Laroche which means “Rock Castle” is nestled on the banks of the Little Miami River in Loveland, Ohio (on …

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The Only Two Scenarios Where I Do Not Trust the Cheap Knockoff Product: Eclipse Glasses and . . .

I rarely pay full price for anything I buy. I don’t hesitate to try generic off-brand items. I’m not afraid to order cheap products online. If I can get a good deal, it’s often worth the gamble. This gal put the G-A-L in frugal, but there are at least two scenarios where I’ve decided it …

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Folding Table Cooler – This product gets iffy reviews, but it’s something I own and love!

Folding Table Cooler Review – I’ve owned this Outdoor Multi-Function Rolling Cooler with Table and Chairs for a year, and it’s one of my favorite products. We use it in so many different ways. It truly is multi-functional. It’s been a great addition to our athletic and outdoor gear. The best products are always ones …

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DIY Fire Starters from Dryer Lint and Toilet Paper Tubes

  The House That Never Slumbers is in the country, so bonfires are a big part of our evenings when the weather is decent. I’ve come across a lot of different fire starter products in the camping sections of various stores. Some of them are quite pricey. I’m kind of surprised people actually pay for …

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