Three Years in an Off Grid Camper

Three Years Off Grid—The Good, The Bad, The Ugly…and the Blessings? What have we learned in our three + years off grid? What would we do differently if we could do it over again? Should YOU live in your camper while building or setting up your off grid homestead? We will discuss a few lessons…

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Sabbath Stones

Sabbath Ebenezer Stones Our Sabbath Ebenezer Stones“Here I raise my Ebenezer…” In Bible times, the children of Israel were instructed to set up memorial stones, so they could remember God’s care them them. The stones served as silent witnesses to God’s provision and intervention. What better time, than on Sabbath, to reflect on God’s care?…

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Hobo Pies!!

Have you tried Hobo Pies? Today I’m giving you a blast from the past! Let’s take a trip down memory lane and talk about Hobo Pies! When I was young–like 12-16, my brothers and I joined the Pathfinders! We made some seriously wonderful memories in that club (kind of like scout clubs, for boys and…

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MORE Bible Promises for Your Homesteader’s Heart

Are you in need of MORE Bible Promises for your Homestead? I know that I am! Once I finished last week’s page of wonderful Bible Gems, more and more kept coming to my mind! I decided not to keep them to myself, but to share them, as more encouragement for our journeys! Oops! “Last week”…

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Stop and Smell the Trailing Arbutus

The Trailing Arbutus of Ridge Haven Trailing Arbutus at Ridge Haven Homestead Trailing Arbutus–my second favorite Spring Wildflower! My first encounter with the Trailing Arbutus happened in April, 2018. Our family visited some friends for lunch, and the hostess provided each child with a list and a camera, along with the instructions to “Go find…

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Sabbath Hike to Chimney Rocks

Sabbath Hike with Friends What a beautiful day for a hike! Several families grabbed a quick lunch after church, then we hit the road! After a scenic drive along the French Broad River, we arrived at the entrance to Weaver’s Bend Road, a five-mile gravel road leading to the Chimney Rocks trail head. Empty About…

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