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Homesteading Questions? I can help! Let me know! -The Reid Homestead #homesteadquestions #helponthehomestead #homesteading #homesteader #homesteadlife

WOW WOW WOW! Today Mavis over at OneHundredDollarsaMonth featured a story on me and I am so thankful for all the kind comments and visits over here at this tiny lil ol blog! THANK YOU MAVIS! And THANK YOU to ALL of YOU who have stopped by to check me out!!!

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But while I have so many people visiting, I thought I would take this opportunity to ask all of you, what do you need help with on your homestead or in your garden? What would you like to learn about on this lil’ tiny blog? Please kindly drop a comment below at the bottom of this page and let me know how I can help you! What are you struggling with in your garden? Or with you chickens? What would you like tips on? Suggestions for tutorials? I am always looking for ways that I can help other gardeners/homesteaders, that is why I started this blog! So please look around and then let me know if there is something I can help you with! I would love to post new articles that I know my readers will appreciate.:-)

Homesteading Questions? I can help! Let me know! -The Reid Homestead #homesteadquestions #helponthehomestead #homesteading #homesteader #homesteadlife
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  1. Karen Rink | 31st Oct 18

    Hi Tamara,
    I just saw your gardens over at Mavis’s Website. Wow, you really have great gardens and I can’t wait to learn from your Website and Newsletters.
    Thanks so much and happy gardening!

    • Tamara | 31st Oct 18

      Thanks so much for visiting Karen! Please let me know if you need any tips or tutorials!

  2. Regina | 31st Oct 18

    Beautiful birds!

    • Tamara | 2nd Nov 18

      Thank you Regina! Do you have chickens?

  3. Nancy D | 31st Oct 18

    You and Mavis are my heroes!!! Awesome ideas! Awesome photos! Thank you so much for sharing your life!

    • Tamara | 2nd Nov 18

      Hi Nancy! Thanks so much for checking out my blog! 🙂

  4. Sherry Anderson | 2nd Nov 18

    Hi Tamara,
    I just found you on Mavis’s blog as well. I am green with envy of your gardens and property. We also have 2 1/2 acres in the Sumner area but it is mostly wooded. However, I do have a nice garden area with raised beds, which the deer mostly demolished this past season. We just bought a Labradoodle puppy so hopefully by next spring she (Bingo) will bark enough to,scare the deer away.
    I have already found two ideas of yours I want to try: the winter sowing method and the garbage can composting method. I know I will find an abundance of knowledge from your blog and am looking forward to following it.


    • Tamara | 4th Nov 18

      Hi Sherry! Thanks so much for stopping by! I do think your puppy will help keeping the deer away!

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