Monthly Archives: March 2014

Spring Blooms and Burnin’ Stuff

It’s starting to look like Spring up here in the Kings Valley! Daffies are blooming, the crocus would be blooming if the slugs weren’t eating them, and the Indian Plum is in full, gorgeous force. They’re always the first thing … Continue reading

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How to Boil An Egg – To Perfection

“She can’t even boil an egg” may be a phrase for the cooking-challenged, but in reality the perfect hard boiled egg is not necessarily a given. Even the savviest cook can end up with runny yolks, green yolks or an … Continue reading

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Fiber Friday: A Big Announcement!

There has been a LOT of excitement in the world of Fiber Friends lately…. have you heard the news? We have a new website! Visit us online, free of Etsy shackles (though you can still find us there, too) at … Continue reading

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Homestead Update: March 1st 2014

February was cold. It snowed kind of a lot and we spent most of the time just keeping warm and eating food and less time on projects. That being said – we did do a few fun things in February… … Continue reading

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