Borrowed and read A Nickels Worth of Skim Milk, a Depression era book. I made a purchase on Amazon, and remembered to go through Brandy's link at The Prudent Homemaker, so she will benefit a little from my purchase. Did laundry using homemade laundry soap and soap gel, and hung all loads on the line to dry. I took advantage of 35% off homesteading books at Chelsea Green, and bought J a present for the holidays.
|one of the lovely quilts seen at a quilt show|
|the view from our B&B room|
I canned 2 qts of blueberries. They are fading, with fewer and smaller berries, so I will leave the rest for the birds. I dug the remainder of the potatoes. There were slightly more than 12#. Less than we'd hoped for, but I'm grateful for what we did get. I separated out the smallest of these, and canned them. I've never eaten canned potatoes, but with all the little ones, it seemed like a good idea. I've kept the dehydrator going all week with summer squash. The big bat of a zucchini I found when we got home from vacation has been grated and frozen.
|Quilt in the restaurant at Heartwood|