FAMILY HOMESTEADING & OFF THE GRID BLOG HOP #56

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I'm still reveling in the fact that spring is on the way.

March for us means mud, but we made some adjustments last year that has minimized that situation, to an extent. The drive way is our only real dirt-exposed surface, so we pulled in 3 yards of 1/4" granite to spread out. It worked.

Around the yard, we have good drainage, and with raised beds, we don't have to wait for them to drain out in order to plant. That, I suppose, is a good thing.

Today, our plans involve running power out to the potting shed and moving the seedlings out there with a heating mat. Just about when they're hardening off, we can expect the garden conditions to exist to plant them all.

Lots going on!
Be well and do what makes you happy-

From Our Homestead to Yours

For the Health of Your Poultry Flock


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Last week's featured blog post is from Kathi over at Oak Hill Homestead for providing a great article on the ways to prepare asparagus. For us, we usually steam it with a side of hollandaise sauce, but Kathi's extensive list provides a great many other options.
Thanks for sharing!

77 Ways to Serve Asparagus

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Kathi said…
Thank you so much for featuring my post "77 ways to serve asparagus" - asparagus season is just too short, isn't it??