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This book serves as you're first and foremost guide for homesteading. Homesteading is not just a new type of gardening or some fancy way of living currently in vogue. It is one of the most ancient methods practiced by several civilizations as you have understood by now and the closest way to living in harmony with nature. Homesteading way of life was very common in the past and people have been consistently growing fruits and vegetables in their backyard from times immemorial. Moreover, the concept of raising chicken in the backyard pen is not uncommon either. While the idea of homesteading and self-sufficiency might not be new, the ways in which homesteading is practiced has certainly undergone a drastic change. It is a way of life and a choice you make. I understand any change comes with resistance and suspicion especially when it requires your precious time and energy on a day to day basis. But I assure you the results are far reaching and you will see the amazing results it brings to you and your family in terms of superior quality of health and thus life. Hence take this book only as a beginner's guide and keep continuing your journey in to homesteading and organic living with several other books and blogs. I suggest joining your local, organic gardening clubs to share ideas and get the encouragement to continue this journey.
"Warmly delightful, vigorously affirmative." -- "The Wall Street Journal." Told with vivid gusto by a young, fiercely determined widow, this towering classic of American frontier life paints a candid portrait of her work, travels, neighbors, and harsh existence on a Wyoming ranch in the early 1900s. Includes 6 original illustrations by N.C. Wyeth.
1902. Nebraska panhandle. Dugouts. Oil lamps. Prairie winds howling late at night. Native's drums beating in the distance. Wagon wheels rattling on a dusty road. Rough brown tweed. Blue smoke curling from a briar pipe... The mysterious homesteader has gone missing! Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson have been summoned to the rough and tumble Nebraskan frontier to solve the case. Who is this mysterious homesteader? What will be found? Why is Annie Oakley absent from Buffalo Bill's Wild West show? Will Sherlock successfully confront Moriarty once and for all? Does Watson finally win at faro? All these questions will be answered and more... "It seems to me a most sinister business..." --Sherlock Holmes, "The Speckled Band"
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