IceFire wrote:Wow, Tam…you HAVE been busy!Got another sheet of drywall up in the shed (with cutouts for window and outlet.) Hoping to finish tomorrow, then Friday will be able to start mudding and taping. I look at the entire project as my learning …
Hi and welcome from North Pole Alaska!Statistics: Posted by tamtbell — Thu Oct 19, 2017 9:08 am
Welcome from North Pole AlaskaStatistics: Posted by tamtbell — Thu Oct 19, 2017 9:07 am
Mine is all online, I do get a lot of assignments for lab work though at home but then I have to document my work. I’m attending ACHS American college of healthcare sciences.Statistics: Posted by tamtbell — Wed Oct 18, 2017 8:57 am
Okay so this is not just this week. More like the past year? Two? Since moving from Fairbanks to North Pole I have gotten my Master Gardener with the UAF co op extension (almost, I have to do my 40 hrs volunteer time) We have developed our garden t…
Same goes here Permafrost. Am I prepping because of NK? No, absolutely not. I prep because winter is coming and I like to have good, homegrown food rather than spend the $$$$ at the grocery store. Simple.
Statistics: Posted by tamtbell — Sat Sep 16, 2017 4:55 pm
I can’t recall if I can or cannot do this but I have a blog up about making your own birch syrup out of your own tapped birch trees.
We’re trying something new this year! We’re starting to slowly pull more and more off the grid, off the food supply, stay local.
We now produce our own meat, fruits, veggies, honey, BIRCH syrup, and so on.
Statistics: Posted by tamtbell — Thu Mar 02, 2017 1:10 pm