In Life, all good things must come to an end. In this case, The Farm Fresh Tuesday Blog Hop 96 will be our last posting. Sadly, we find ourselves in a position to let go, in order for us to grow and focus on other aspects of blogging. We will all miss every single one of the bloggers who participated, and all those who joined us each week to read and gain inspiration from our posts!
I want to take a moment to thank all of you wonderful bloggers who helped to make the Farm Fresh Tuesday Blog Hop successful. Your posts were great, and I so enjoyed reading them all. My only problem was having to narrow down just a few each week to share with others. Since every post turned out to be my ‘favorite’ it was difficult to choose just two or three!
I also want to offer my gratitude to Lisa at the Self Sufficient Homeacre, Melissa at The Little Frugal Homestead, and Julie at The Farm Wife for being such wonderful co-hostesses. Working with each of you has been fun!
The Farm Fresh Tuesday Blog Hop may be retiring, but that doesn’t mean the end. Whether you are a blogger or one of the attendees at the ‘Blog Hop Party’ you can still enjoy the whole Blog Hop experience by joining Shawna at Homegrown Self-Reliance and Melissa at The Little Frugal Homestead at the Simple Homestead Blog Hop. Both would love to have you join them, and continue to visit with you on a weekly basis!
Again, thank you to each and every one of you for joining us at The Farm Fresh Tuesday Blog Hop 96 Be sure to read all of the posts that were submitted – and stop by each of their sites for a last Farm Fresh Tuesday Blog Hop visit!
What’s Been Happening on the 15 Acre Homestead
When gathering materials in readiness for pulling through a catastrophe, have you ever tried being proficient with wild edibles? For instance, do you know about nutritious nuts that can substitute an entire meal?
Know well that potential food sources could save you from a tragic demise in dire situations. So, you should learn about wild foods that are essential for survival and practice eating them before a calamity strikes. You can also practice growing some of them in your vegetable garden.
Find out more about 15 Wild Foods Everyone Should Know About here!
Meet Our Hosts for The Farm Fresh Tuesday Blog Hop 96!
Melissa from The Little Frugal Homestead
Annie from 15 Acre Homestead (this one is me!)
Julie from The Farm Wife