If it were summer we probably wouldn't of eaten supper yet!
But winter with its challenges also brings respite to Maple Valley off-grid Farm.
Tucked in usually by 9:30 pm for a long winter's nap ;)Sent from Our Off Grid Farm
Thought I would just quickly stop by and say Hi...still in the throws of moving so not much time for blogging...read through all your posts. Wonderful....love the "weather reports" LOL. The rolling pin almost made me die laughing.Have a blessed evening.Connie
I enjoy your blog. We are currently moving to a thirteen acre farm. We had talked about going off grid and moving further out but we stopped short of it. I have about a million questions I would love to ask you. The family all around the table is so nice.
That looks like great family time to me. Your blog is great.
I just caught up with the videos you've posted. Can you show us what you embroidered with your sewing machine and tell how your husband made the battery pack you charge in your car?Love catching a glimpse of your life - thanks for sharing your videos!
How can you be living off the grid if you have internet? Just a question...
Love the cozy setting in your family time photo.
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