Today, I have two topics for you. The first is a simple walk through our weekend of doing odd, quaint things. Someone pointed out to me that what I think of as a stress free Thanksgiving is filled with tons of basic homemaking skills that no one does anymore….and we will talk about a deeper idea: Mourning loss as an adult and also mourning loss for the first time, and ways to navigate sadness when you lose someone close to you.

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Workshop Session Highlight: Dori Mulder – Side Hustle Mentality: Gleaning Value From What You Have.

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Tales from the Prepper Pantry
Catfood Incident
Early Cold has been good on the root vegetables
Freezer filled with Pork, sorting last year’s beef in preparation for the next cow
A word on stability and cashflow.

What Mother Nature is providing
Oysters have appeared, finally
Lemon balm is still giving us leaves
Same as last week: things below the ground are ready. Like Sassafras root and Jerusalem artichoke.

Stump the Sauce
Last minute buttercream frosting in an urgent situation:

Operation Independence
Lardo for the charcuterie session

Main topic: What is Normal Has Become Odd

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  1. Danny
    Danny says:

    Suggestion on the dryer, try turning off the gas and reaming out the pilot where the flame comes out (it can get corroded and not make the thermocouple detect enough heat and not allow the gas to come on). I fixed my gas logs that way. A small wire brush you can stick in there works well. Once cleaned, re-start your pilot and try the dryer again. If that doesn’t work you may have to replace the thermocouple.

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