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Economical and Sturdy Cattle Panel Garden Trellis

Well, friends, we’ve moved into high gear to prepare for our 2021 garden.  We reconfigured all our raised beds, put in irrigation for the soaker hoses, laid weed fabric and rock on the pathways, and installed our trellises. I’m super excited about my trellises.  They are very cost-effective and stronger than any trellis you can buy!  These materials will last us many years to come, which is a huge win! I’ll get into showing you

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Cinnamon Streusel Coffee Cake

Growing up, my mom frequently made this coffee cake.  I loved it as a kid and have been making it since having a home of my own.  I think it’s one of those timeless recipes. When we moved into the


Winter RVing & Waterlines

Since we are officially into Spring, I figured I’d post some thoughts about winter RVing and our issues with the waterline freezing. This past winter, we made it through some bitterly cold days and nights in the camper.  I have


How To Fold Sturdy Recycled Newspaper Pots for Seedlings

Newspaper Pot Instructions’s that time of year! The holidays are over and we have some downtime before we can get outside and sow seeds in the garden.  Now is a great time to start thinking about your 2021 garden. There


7 Tips for Using a Laundromat

Using a communal laundromat has some obvious challenges.  After a year and a half of dealing with the laundry monster via a laundromat, I’ve come away with some tricks up my sleeve. Today I’m sharing 7 tips for using a laundromat.


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