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The Good Life On Pumpkin Hollow Farm

“Whatever you lose, whatever you feel was taken from you, know that it will return. It will be given back.” Farmgirl I want you to remember that friends, because we may be speaking of wood stoves today, but this goes for everything in life. Some four and a half years ago (a lifetime ago, folks), …

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For the past ten years or so we have purchased very little that is electronic, instead opting for hand cranked or self powered items.  Oil lamps, a hand cranked coffee grinder, food processor, and cast iron that can be used on a wood stove if necessary fill my cupboards.  After reading Jim Lahey’s great book, My …

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As you head south from Colorado Springs and enter into the valley of Southern Colorado the weather changes sharply.  Pueblo gets far less snow than our northern brethren and the temperatures don’t hover at below zero like places we have lived.  This morning we woke to snow.  It is still too cold for us though …

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There are several inches of beautiful laden snow already and the large flakes are still coming down.  I would like to put the Christmas tree back up, but Doug said no.  It is ethereal outdoors.  Here is a quick breakfast for you to throw together and put in the oven.  Then come back and finish …

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