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Do or Do Not.

Challenge 1 … Financial.  Even though the money tree has been watered there is not enough to broadcast across the 1/2 acre lot. Established plants are not affordable.

Solution …. Slowly, slowly. Plant seeds. Nurture. Love. Watch them grow and find their roots. Purchase heirloom varieties.

Time …. Need more to learn about what plant to place where so they are in guilds, families and have a healthy environment, good conditions, to be growing in.

Solution….. Eliminate unNecessaries in my day to day life to spend more time focused on growing my garden.

This blog post is in response to Natalie’s 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge Day 1




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Greetings and welcome. The Theme of my Blog is about endeavouring to live an Ecological Lifestyle, based on Permaculture Principles. Some of the Topics we will explore in an entertaining manner all radiate out from 3 main slices of living … Shelter (Yurts and Round Houses), Warmth and Food. A very special person once wrote “Learn From The Past, Think for Tomorrow … Act Today”. I have carried a little motto in my wallet for years …”We are more of who we are because of the connections we have made”. I look forward to our connections. 😉

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What’s with All the Hats and Scarves?

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Untangled Threads

Today, in the frozen land that is Central Canadian prairie, the daytime temperature made it to the
lofty high of -21 C, with a windchill of -29. Just a little frosty, and even that pales in comparison to Northern Manitoba.

I’m not complaining (okay, I am) but this is pretty much standard fare for these parts, where cold descends in November and dissipates in April, give or take a May blizzard.

Hence the preponderance of warm woollies in my Etsy shop. But just because it’s cold doesn’t mean we have to dress in ten layers of clashing woollens–no, we can be fashionable AND warm. And warm doesn’t always mean bulky either. With lightweight options like alpaca and llama, outerwear can be sleek and stylish.

Fibre from the camelid family (alpaca, llama, camel and the like) is not only lighter-weight but is up to seven times as warm as sheep’s wool–and…

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