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ALifeInTheWild
Food - Forest Field Fork. Writer. Homesteader. Co-host, On The Fire, Cooking with whole, hardy ingredients.
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ALifeInTheWild Sep 13
Heavy pads and thick lines of fur help black bears be the "black ghost of the forest." My husband didn't hear this bear last night. .
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ALifeInTheWild Sep 6
Whole Wheat. This batch is going to Katahdin Coffee House as soon as it cools and is packaged and labeled. Bakery work starts in the wee hours of the day. 🍞
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ALifeInTheWild Aug 27
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ALifeInTheWild Aug 21
Replying to @MikeStillLives
Because meaningful matters.
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ALifeInTheWild Aug 20
The sunflowers in front of the garden shed are turning into sunflower seed heads. American goldfinches are here all day and well into the evening. I haven't planted sunflowers in years.…
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ALifeInTheWild Aug 19
I seldom say no to anyone who asks but I quickly kick out inconsiderate people who don't ask. Just ask.
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Lisa Lynn Aug 19
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ALifeInTheWild Aug 13
Kniting, coffee, Boston, Maker - Meet my daughter Kristin and read her first blog post. She owns the highly successful Coffee Bean Knitting and was named an influential woman in Boston this year.
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ALifeInTheWild Aug 13
Garlic – and then plans changed via
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ALifeInTheWild Aug 12
Replying to @AgriSmarts
Thanks! It's what I do. I'm Chef Robin on Big Wild Radio.
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ALifeInTheWild Aug 12
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ALifeInTheWild Aug 11
Perfection! We raised the chicken, grew the tomatoes, onions and garlic, and bought the cucumber and potatoes locally. .
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ALifeInTheWild Aug 11
Chicken hanging over an open fire to roast. Fresh tomatoes and cucumber and roasted potatoes with garlic and onion as well. 🥂
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ALifeInTheWild Aug 9
I don't want polished politicians, either. That's an incorrect assumption. I don't usually talk politics so I'll stop here because nothing I have to say about the president is civil.
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ALifeInTheWild Aug 7
Replying to @Retired2Hunt
Dead, no. Gone, absolutely.
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Furbearer Conservation Aug 7
“Trappers aren’t needed for wildlife management” they said. “Beavers manage their own populations” they said...
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ALifeInTheWild Aug 7
Replying to @Trapper603
It's all warm and fuzzy until the dam breaks. That's an expensive lesson.
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ALifeInTheWild Aug 4
Replying to @MainelyGrlStaci
Two out of three of ours are busy. Nothing at all at the new one.
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ALifeInTheWild Aug 4
This is exciting!
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Jen Wixson Aug 4
Proud to report that the eBook of my new nature journal will be released tomorrow. If you feel like escaping to a place where you can listen to the birds, bees ... and your heart ... this book is for you.
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