Hawaii…

Hawaii…

I’ve been craving robust coffee this last week as the weather has cooled off and I haven’t been able to put my finger on it. But I think I’ve justĀ figured it out. While touring my unedited photo albums from last year, I clicked on today’s date one year ago just to see what I was up to! This time last year Dave and I were touring the coffee plantations on the Big Island of Hawaai!! Well now that just makes SENSE. Now...

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Plant ’em if you’ve Got ’em.

Plant ’em if you’ve Got ’em.

It’s that time of year again, folks. Break out every seed in the house. This is the peak season for plantingĀ if you live in the desert. Over the next several weeks, you can sow nearly every variety of seed, excluding your summer melons and squashes of course. Plant your lettuces, corn, green leafy vegetables kales, chard, cauliflower, cabbage and broccoli. Plant your root vegetables… beets, kohlrabi, turnips, rutabaga, CARROTS. For...

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Greywater for the Trees!

Greywater for the Trees!

Wish We Had Acres is scheduled for a grey water installation this fall! We couldn’t be more excited. After all, it only makes sense in the desert to be a bit water conscious. Since we tend to generate a good number of dirty dishes and/or dirty laundry on any given day, our homestead has decided that the dish water and laundry water oughtta grow us some worms and feed the trees. Join us Sunday, November 17th for a greywater installation...

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