preparing for a world without oil by working towards self sufficiency on a small mixed farm.

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Latest Blog Posts for approach the dandelion

  • The Need to Know
    on Sep 15, 2011
    I understand now what I was in the bushes to do and it workrd. I have been changed forever. it might have had something to with the birds and the bees but God wispered in my ear the most. Tammy wake up, He said. And so with the long winter and the ev...
  • Feather of a Jay
    on Jun 20, 2011
    If I were a noise how would I sound?Like the squawk of the Stellar's JayUntil yesterdayBut that was old and very very cold.Meaning chokedGrowing old Now just the humOf an eternal drum Beating If I were a picturewhitenessonly OmIf I were a wordFeather...
  • a big bath: update
    on May 19, 2011
    Spring is here. The real deal. The mother of all bathtubs is good till late October.
  • The trees are alive with toilet paper
    on Apr 24, 2011
    I just want to share with you some of the planet-destroying, oil-drenched items and packaging that we have found we can happily live without. Bathroom items mostly. The shit that we all get suckered into buying, 'cause you need it.  Little pots...
  • Shitty morning
    on Apr 20, 2011
    Actually it didn’t snow. We’ve been having Merry Christmas (sweet as an apple...) mornings when we want to see the summer comin’. But yesterday the sun shone. Which is why I went walking. This, you see, is going to be literality. With regard to...
  • A forest line
    on Apr 17, 2011
     I love clothes lines. I love the freshness. And I love where my line (our old climbing rope) is situated. Down in the gully near the water source and near my toilet plunger ready to go to work. Yep, I said toilet plunger. It is an amazing washi...
  • on Apr 10, 2011
    This little dude was bellowing for more sunflower seeds. I walked around the tree to see if in fact he did need more. Sure enough he had cracked them all open. Yup, I'll go get you some more, for a few pictures I told him. Just hang tough. It turns o...
  • Back to bush time
    on Apr 3, 2011
    What did you find there? Did you stand a while and stare? Well, lemme tell you. I stayed. I saw. I saw some more and looked around. A lot. Because home on the range has gotten a little strange, in the unusual sense. At least in the daylight hours. Wh...
  • on Apr 3, 2011
    He's my Whiskey Alexander.
  • Put the load right on Tammy
    on Mar 29, 2011
    Almost hiking season. I'm gonna be ready, not whiny. My plan? To throw the dog food or flour bag and some weights into my pack. Forty-five pounds or so. And shoulder it while doing my chores. My outside chores. Firewood, water and laundry. For a two-...
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