USUALLY, I LIKE THE "AFTER" PHOTOS BETTER

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Unless it's before and after photos of methheads or feminists....

Those can get kind of weird. But with homesteading project photos, it's the after photos that impress me, especially when they show my own progress and the fruit of my own labor. These are such photos. Which do you prefer?

BEFORE - PHOTOS

AFTER - PHOTOS

BONUS LINKS

We just released our second book ever, "ARMADILLO ESCAPE" - a children's book that was the effort of three generations of our family, from @grandpa-pepper all the way down to Pinkie-Pepper. We're excited about it, so here's some links for you to check out in case you're interested. Thanks!

ORDER A COPY FROM OUR HOMESTEADER'S CO-OP STORE

ORDER AN AUTOGRAPHED COPY

ORDER ON AMAZON

Until next time…

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Well after of course!!! 😀

Oh yeah ..those before photos are a bit hard to look at...

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Totally blown away! Still thinking 🌻Sunflowers & Corn 🌽with 🌱pole beans and peas, 🍆Summer Squash and zucchini, and some marigolds. Then grapes🍇 and Honey Suckles🌼 for the Arches. That way Mama gets her flowers you attract pollinators 🐝 and its all still edible. Planting smaller 🍀herb gardens on the ends is a great Idea too. Not just for the aromatics and easy access but they repel pest. Yes, I'm excited lol living vicariously through you.