Homesteading and Livestock

Self-reliance and sustainability in the 21st century.

Cinder Block Stepping Stones and Carrots

10/17/2012 1:56:25 PM

Tags: Ariat, Georgia Boot, cinder block, creek crossing, mulch, carrot harvesting, Anna Hess and Mark Hamilton

cinder block creek crossing stepping stones while shoveling mulch from a golf cart

Our cinder block stepping stones in the creek have passed the one year point still looking solid and firm.

We've adjusted our carrot harvesting strategy and I've got a comparison post between Ariat vs Georgia Boot.

The post on trailer living generated some interesting comments from a wide variety of folks.

Anna Hess and Mark Hamilton have combined their skills and labor to carve out a living in Southwest Virginia. One thing that makes that possible is their new kind of chicken waterer they make and sell which helps to keep poultry water clean and poop free.  



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