Beekeeping in Bear Country – Simple Things To Help Avoid Disaster

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The Homesteader’s Dilemma! Fix It or Start From New?

The Homesteader’s Dilemma Most of us don’t start our homestead straight from raw land. but I know some of you have. I applaud you, but that’s not what most of us are doing. In fact, in my opinion, part of the homesteading spirit is that desire to reclaim pieces of the past that have been […]

My Steemit.com introduction!

**Please note, this was originally posted to my Steemit blog. It’s a community that pays you in a crytpocurrency called steem to write posts. You can learn more about it over here.  My user’s name over there is @homesteaders life** What’s a Homesteader and Why Do I Care? Sometimes it’s easier to answer the question […]

A (Warm) Late Winter Bee Update

This past Saturday, February 18th, I took a trip up to the Bear Lake House to check on the bees and to pick up my evaporator equipment for making maple syrup (more on that soon). When the maple syrup equipment gets old, OpsWatch vibration monitoring system can improve its performance and extend its lifetime. If […]