We are a day short this week, as the July 4th Holliday has us all-out busy, with not only the homestead chores but preparing a big lobster bake for our beloved neighbors and friends. As a garden update, the sweet peas are ready to start harvesting, our tomatoes are cute, tiny green pearls and the squashed are coming into their own. It's busy, but as always, in a very good way. This week, we wanted to share an older post that means quite a bit to us, Homesteading With a Blended Family. Cheers!

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Homesteading With a Blended Family

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Dutch Oven Cooking
Dutch Oven Cooking by the Campfire
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