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The Governor of New Hampshire just extended our stay at home status until May 4th. To be honest, we haven't seen too much change in our daily activities aside from the kids being around and doing their school work.

They're pretty quiet, so we sometimes forget they are there...

The errands we tend to go out and complete are all at what you might consider essential establishments. Hardware store. Lumber yard. Grocery store. Gas station. So there's that.

Orders have dried up since the lock-down went into effect, but I'm not sure that will hold for long. Folks tend to be thinking more along the lines of self-sufficiency, and having a beehive or two sure does go a long way in providing a solid income for a homestead.

That and chickens. I had a potential client ask me the other day if I also built chicken coops. Well, of course I do...

And if you want to learn how to build a beehive yourself, all you have to do is get your ebook off Amazon. Easy as that.

I figure I'll be putting out some traditional blog posts in the coming days, so we all have that to look forward to. *grin*

From our Homestead to Yours,


From Our Homestead to Yours

Bees Bees Bees!

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The garden keeps calling our names, so this week's featured blogger is Shawna from Homegrown Self Reliance and her article on gardening with compost. If you've followed this blog long enough, you know I'm a sucker for a well-written compost article!

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Pat Smith said…
I find that I am getting much more gardening done during the shelter at home here in Washington State. Stay safe, everyone!