Hello All Season-ers,
The link this week is open from Sunday October 29 through Wednesday, November 1 to 7pm, Pacific time.
Wow, your posts of last week were amazing! Great subjects as well as execution (meaning how you did it, nothing having to do with guns!)
For you who celebrate halloween, hope you have your fill of scariness. Many churches here have a Harvest Fest for the kids, since it has become dangerous with razor blades or other sharp or hurtful objects inside the candy.
November … thanksgiving at different times for participating countries. In the USA it’s nicknamed Turkey Day. My daughter and hubby’s birthday is also this month.
What’s in your November?
Looks like the birds had a great meal!
Barely turning now in N. California
In a recent talk between our neighbors (still have a job in the city) and their relatives who visited them for the first time. Our conclusion about life in the forest at 3000 feet, was that the bottom line was about “wood.” The organized ones have their wood pile for winter ready by the end of September!
That means the year is divided in two parts. When it is not winter, you are “preparing for winter.”In the city, winter means you just put a coat and sweater on.
To be self sufficient on the country side can become complicated, when you have problems with the septic tank, water well, solar panels, wind, or generator, when the grocery store, the doctor, the bank, the car place are more than an hour away! Especially when these problems happen all at once.
A farmer, not only has to prepare their house for winter, but also make preparations for their animals, and their land. Can’t wrap my mind around never being done! They must have mega resilience! Rooting for them, because I can buy all my veggies at once!
Enough bales of hay?
What challenges do you face? Or what are you celebrating?
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