Slow progress is better than no progress! Day jobs prevent us from getting as much done as we like but we do get out to work the Peak occasionally after hours.
After eagerly waiting for seemingly months on end, we finally start working on our fence in earnest
We finally have some new relevant content again that I am excited to share with you. We got in our conservation district trees and delve more here!
Sometimes we have to remember that on social media, most people present the version of the world they think the world wants to see. But that version is rarely the truth, so lets get real...
Happy one year Anniversary to The Prickly Peak! Just a quick reflection on our last year off owning Acreage in the High Plains of Wyoming
We've covered a lot about what we want to do with our land, but what else does the future hold? What about the little bits that aren't enough for a full post? That's what this is for!
Some people have green thumbs, others say they have black thumbs...Maybe we have brown thumbs. Growing our own food has not really been a huge priority for us but if we are going to live off grid, we better perfect the process while on the grid
Where do you live? If it's not here in Wyoming, things might be a little different here in winter time than you think, even in other mountain states!
So the post for early this morning failed to upload so we thought you would love to see this spur of the moment photo op of what we have going on and the signs that spring is coming...Slowly...
So did we make a good choice about our land purchase? What kind of research did we perform to use logic in coordination with our fate? Check out the link and see!