Living @ 9000 ft in the Wilds of Southern Colorado has its challenges. Logistically, physically, & spiritually.
Noise pollution is linked to depression, anxiety, anger, and PTSD. https://youtu.be/9mPbL5ewK7Q
Welcome to the newest CSA in Southern Colorado. Located in the San Luis Valley @ 8500 feet just south of a little hamlet called Fort Garland. I'm growing clean, organic food the way nature intended it outside seasonally and over the crazy winters in a massive geodome. If you would like to join the CSA... Continue Reading →
Organic white rice and a dozen eggs with dill and magnesium. I started making this recipe during the fires this year. I wasn't able to leave the property for almost nine days and was getting low on poultry feed.( Always have at least two months on hand.) So I did some online research and made... Continue Reading →
From Colorado Public Radio (Grace Hood): “Most of the pasture we used last year we’re not using this year because there’s no moisture,” [Matt] Isgar said of the land he ranches in Hesperus, west of Durango. “There’s no new growth.” With the dark red bull’s eye of exceptional drought looming over the Four Corners region, […]... Continue Reading →
"Service doesn't end when we hang up our uniform. It ends when we hang up our boots and walk across the threshold of heaven." I've often asked myself this question while on my own journey to figure out. "Who the Hell I am!? And what do I do now?" A veteran, according to the web:... Continue Reading →
It has been a dry year here in the SLV. This winter we had less than a foot of snow all winter at the ranch. It has been windy too up wards to 75mph ! The chickens were not keen on the blast, nor the horses. Being Short on water is a historical issue here... Continue Reading →
From The Deseret News (Amy Joi O’Donoghue): Drought is turning the nation’s largest reservoir dry — Lake Mead reached its lowest levels this summer since the 1930s — and Lake Powell is limping along, just a little over half full. That scenario is prompting the Upper Colorado River Commission to offer $1.8 million in funding […]... Continue Reading →