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Do you need a chicken tractor that’s light-weight, inexpensive, and easy to disassemble and reassemble?  Have you always dreamed of starting your own backyard grass-fed poultry operation as we did on a small-scale farm in Georgia? This PVC broiler-mobile is everything you could want and more! Here are instructions and plenty of photographs so that you can make them, too. View full post »

One of the benefits of living in Alaska is that distilling your own liquor is perfectly legal as long as you don’t have plans to sell it. Josh and I believe that it’s a silly double-standard of many states to allow home-brewers to make beer and wine but forbid them from making liquor. We had a grand time in Alaska with our homemade copper still. From welding the still together to making batches of sugar-shine and corn whiskey, home distilling is an absolute blast. View full post »

  • Ashley - Lacy, I am so excited to follow this. I’m reading it as I sit here surrounded by my huge aloe and lavender plants so the possibilities thrill me! The liquor would just be an added bonus! ;) ReplyCancel

    • Simple Livin' gal - Hooray! I’m thrilled to see interest in this. We have loved every second of distilling. :-) So happy to share!ReplyCancel

20140803_092959Aquaponics systems are truly amazing. As much as I love digging my hands into soil, I must admit that I don’t miss transplanting seedlings into our dirt gardens of yesteryear. A few of our seedlings were ready to have a home with room for root expansion. The entire process took a few seconds and my hands remained surprisingly clean.  Here’s the process: View full post »

  • Clara Falk - What do you use for the median?
    Your setup looks very neat….ReplyCancel