Archive for the ‘Projects’ Category

Fencing The Garden….

Posted: 10th March 2013 by Joe Prepper in On The Homestead, Permaculture, Projects

We decided to put in a 50’x50′ garden close to the house. I really like the idea of having food right out the back door and  it will get daily attention. I had a design in my mind that may or may not change, but one thing is for sure, I need it to be […]

Composting

Posted: 19th February 2013 by Joe Prepper in On The Homestead, Permaculture, Projects

Like all great and wondrous things, composting has its devout advocates. These range from the novice house scrap and leaf pile collector all the way up to the composting elites, tending like shepherds their massive piles of steamy black gold. Within those ranks of followers there are many different ideologies, some complicated enough to fill […]

The Chicken Haus

Posted: 12th February 2013 by Joe Prepper in Buidlings and Storage, Projects

One of the main reasons I am documenting my homesteading adventures is so my kids and hopefully grand kids will be able to see all the things I’ve worked on over my life and hopefully learn from my wisdom, both from success and failures. I hope the Survival Revolution that is taking place across the […]

The Pterodactyl Pen

Posted: 11th February 2013 by Joe Prepper in Buidlings and Storage, On The Homestead, Projects

…at least that is what my wife calls it. She even hand painted me a sign dubbing it such. It could be truthfully said that sometimes I overdo things. I have been accused of worse, but nothing so often as going over board with things I enjoy. In my mind, I originally pictured a quaint […]

The Driveway

Posted: 27th July 2011 by Joe Prepper in Projects
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The first pic show the driveway from the top of the hill befre we cleared it and had a local guy cut in the driveway.  I wil lcost alot to actually build up the ground and add rock, but for now hopefully it wil lwork. I know no why people people thier houses next to […]

The culvert

Posted: 27th July 2011 by Joe Prepper in On The Homestead, Projects

The drive required a large culvertto be put in at the street.