Category: Homestead Living

Today I show you how we looked inside many different model homes without even leaving the comfort of our own home.

Building Community A Tea Party for Sweet Little Friends

I love to love on my friends.

Week 5 of Building a Hiline Home – Let’s Talk DEQ Inspections and Poop!

Fred… what were you thinking????

Week 4 of Building a Hiline Home – We Got Em!

This is our journey in the building of our dream home.  It’s not paid by HiLine in anyway.  All though I wouldn’t be opposed if they wanted to put a side garage door in for me… We forgot to add that in. Our journey… Continue Reading “Week 4 of Building a Hiline Home – We Got Em!”

Week 1 of Building a Hiline Home We Call Them Estimates

Trust me don’t call them bids. Call them Estimates.

Permaculture – Checking the Lower Garden

Life in the garden is precious.  We recently had to move a large amount of plants.  So come with me as we check in on them and see their surprising progress. Thank you for watching.  Please leave a comment and we will get back… Continue Reading “Permaculture – Checking the Lower Garden”

Week 0 of Building a Hiline Home The Announcement

So many have wondered what we have been up to. I ripped out the garden.. I tore all the plants out that I so dearly lovingly put into place… Why???

Boxer Maggie Grace Thinks She’s a Hunter

Maggie and I used to hunt ‘together’ when she was young she never learned from the other dogs how to do basic dog things. So over the course of the years with her, her and I would ‘hunt’ together. Meaning we would spend hours… Continue Reading “Boxer Maggie Grace Thinks She’s a Hunter”

Unboxing The Holy Stone GPS FPV RC Drone HS100 and Goodbye To My Cilantro

Yep.. You read that right… My husband bought a drone and we are now unpacking it.  Do you think he will wait to use it till he can read the instructions? No… I don’t either. So I grab the instructions and frantically start reading… Continue Reading “Unboxing The Holy Stone GPS FPV RC Drone HS100 and Goodbye To My Cilantro”

Permaculture – Observation in the Garden

Life in the garden is precious. An old fashion garden should be full of life and pollinating insects. This is what I strive for and happiness overflows when you see such abundant life.