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We are on an adventure learning the ropes of starting a small farm, being self-sufficient and living in a 100 percent off-the-grid solar powered home. We'll share the ups and downs of raising chickens, pigs, growing a garden, and life in general, all with a twist of humor thrown in for good measure.
I remember transfering from DG to Fort Meade, though I was going to die. And now don’t think I could handle 17 degrees
Last year we quickly figured out these valleys get about 10 degrees colder then normal. Last Feb it dropped to 2 degrees.
I was glad to see you finally came out with a new blog. I know it gets cold there but i hope it holds off till christmas. Sorry you didnt get a deer.
The woodstove seems to work very well out there. I’m sure you will be toasty warm when you all come to visit.