Homestead Blog Hop 259

Welcome to the Homestead Blog Hop! Glad you are here! Here at Ridge Haven Homestead we have been working on our cabin.  Our boys have been such a great help, but we are all getting weary—mentally and physically. They say building your own house will really put a strain on relationships.  I believe this is…

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Homestead Blog Hop 258

Welcome to the Homestead Blog Hop! October!   Can you believe it? Believe it or not, October is here! Around here, you’d never know it by the temperatures, though.  We are hot and dry, and bonfire plans have to be on hold because of fire hazards and burn bans!  Crazy! The seasonal change has brought…

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Homestead Blog Hop 257

Welcome to the Homestead Blog Hop! Welcome indeed! Wecome Autumn too!  I’m so excited because autumn is my favorite time of the year!   Our days have been becoming a little more breezy, and our nights are downright delightful! But I’m also very excited because our family (finally) finished our roofing project this week for…

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Friday Friendship Feature #8–Vegan Burgers & Creamy Cashew Gravy

Recipes for Vegan Oat Burgers, Copy-Cat Arby’s Fries, and Creamy Cashew Gravy It’s time for a Friday Friendship Feature sharing again! Did you miss me last week? I think that life got crazy, and I skipped the feature. I’ve been working on my education to renew my long-lapsed RN license, and every spare minute I’ve…

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Homestead Blog Hop 251

Welcome to the Homestead Blog Hop! HOW is your week? Here in East Tennessee, the kids are hopping on yellow school buses and heading back to school!  Today was the first day for many of them! Here on our homestead, we are doing an intensive math month!  Playing a little catch-up game before “officially” starting…

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Homestead Blog Hop 248

Welcome to the Homestead Blog Hop! Welcome to the Homestead Blog Hop, #248! I’m glad you’ve stopped by! Our week has been full, as always!  We’ve been working on some Homestead Cabin chores.  Our sixteen-year old son and our friend have been busy sawing, routing, and nailing, as they make barn-style doors for our cabin. …

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